‘12th Fail’ Box Office Collection – Vikrant Massey-starrer continues to enjoy a successful run

“12th Fail” is enjoying a fantastic run, with positive word of mouth contributing to a consistent flow of viewership. Even after its initial release, the film witnessed increased numbers on weekdays, which was initially seen as an anomaly as audiences were just beginning to appreciate it. However, this week, it was anticipated that the numbers would remain steady rather than experiencing another surge in popularity.

12th Fail Maintaining a Positive Momentum on Box Office

12th Fail” continues to maintain its positive momentum, with Tuesday’s box office collections surpassing those of Monday. The film began the weekdays with collections of 1.31 crores, and Tuesday saw a slight increase, with 1.40 crores earned. While this increase is relatively modest, it demonstrates the film’s enduring popularity. This is particularly noteworthy as the pre-Diwali period is typically considered a slow time for the film industry. Nevertheless, a portion of the multiplex audience is still visiting theaters, contributing to the film’s continued success.

“12th Fail,” directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, has now reached a total of 24.16 crores at the box office. The film is on track to comfortably cross the 25 crores mark, and it remains to be seen how close it gets to 26 crores by the end of the day. The film is well on its way to being a clean hit.

About 12th Fail Movie

Manoj Kumar Sharma, portrayed by Vikrant Massey, is a young man hailing from a small village in Chambal who aspires to become an IPS (Indian Police Service) officer. However, fate seems to have stacked the odds against him, and his persistent efforts to overcome his circumstances prove to be in vain. After a personal tragedy brings him to Delhi, he embarks on a relentless journey to prepare for competitive exams. Through years of hard work and determination, he eventually achieves his goal and becomes IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma.

Please note that box office numbers are based on estimates and various sources and have not been independently verified by Panchayiti.

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