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After crunching its way through the box office via a smash opening and fantastic holds over the next two day, Godzilla vs. Kong has witnessed a big jump in its collections on day four, with Saturday coming into play at the major multiplexes, especially across the South markets. The movie keeps on proving that the public, especially the family audience is willing to come to theatres for good cinema with that big-screen experience, a mid-week release, lockdown reinforced in certain areas, night curfews in more than a few areas, and 50% occupancy almost everywhere notwithstanding. After a “monstrous” opening, Godzilla vs. Kong has registered hitherto its highest figure on day four with Rs. 6.42 crore nett, taking its 4-day total to a very attractive Rs. 22.44 crore nett, especially during these uncertain times. Also Read – Saina box office day 2: Parineeti Chopra’s biopic on Saina Nehwal remains dead and buried in theatres

Godzilla vs. Kong day-wise breakup:
Day 1 (Wednesday): Rs. 6.40 crore nett
Day 2 (Thursday): Rs. 5.40 crore nett
Day 3 (Friday): Rs. 4.22 crore nett
Day 4 (Saturday): Rs. 6.42 crore nett
Total (4 days): Rs. 22.44 crore nett

Hyderabad has registered the best occupancy rates so far, followed by Chennai and Bangalore, with the last being affected somewhat by COVID-19 restrictions thought not as much as the Mumbai, Delhi NCR and East Punjab belts. Check out Godzilla vs Kong’s occupancy ratios of some of the major territories below: Also Read – Trending Entertainment News Today: Allu Arjun’s Bollywood entry, Godzilla vs. Kong roars, Saina is a disaster

Hyderabad – 53%
Chennai – 44%
bangalore – 27%
Delhi NCR – 18%
Mumbai – 14%

Though the collections are considerably lower in the North circuits, the Godzilla vs. Kong has performed better in these markets than what both Roohi and Mumbai Saga have, proving that Bollywood needs to wake up, smell the coffee and give its audience what it really wants in terms of entertainment on the big screen. In fact, if it weren’t for the second wave of coronavirus surging through the country, the movie would have most definitely hit or at least come mighty close to the 100-crore nett mark. Also Read – Saina box office day 1: Parineeti Chopra’s biopic on Saina Nehwal takes a DISASTROUS opening; COVID-19 restrictions notwithstanding

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