Banjo Box office collection - Riteish Deshmukh, Nargis Fakhri

Banjo Box office collection - Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri starring musical drama movie Banjo has hit the screens on 23rd September 2016. The film is all about musical lovers and how to create music through traditional players like Banjo. The total Banjo Box office collection is 8.80 Cr. This is Riteish Deshmukh's solo movie after a long time his last solo movie was Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya with his wife Genelia D'souza. Riteish again has tried to make something big with this film. National award winning Marathi director Ravi Jadhav has made this film. Ravi is famous for making movies like Natraj and Balak Palak in Marathi. The Eros has produced this film. The story of the film revolves around a banjo player Nand Kishore and his close ones call him Taraat, he is goon who works for a local minister. He is also a performer who performs in marriages and parties. One day a DJ who wants to win the competition in New York comes to India to find the best Banjo players and in one video on YouTube she finds the Taraat a good Banjo player. So she contacts with Taraat and his friends to make two songs for her so she can send it to the competition. This how the whole journey of Taraat and his team to be famous musicians got started. In this path they have to lots of problems but what comes to an end. This is all about the movie is. Riteish and Nargis have lots of expectations from the film, let'see the film will do good or not?

1st ( First ) Week Box Office Collection

Day Earning (In Crore rupee)
23/9/2016 – Friday ( 1st Day Box Office Collection ) 1.72 Cr.
24/9/2016 – Saturday ( 2nd Day Box Office Collection ) 1.95 Cr.
25/9/2016 – Sunday ( 3rd Day Box Office Collection ) 2.25 Cr.
26/9/2016 – Monday ( 4th Day Box Office Collection )
27/9/2016 – Tuesday ( 5th Day Box Office Collection )
28/9/2016 – Wednesday ( 6th Day Box Office Collection )
29/9/2016 – Thursday ( 7th Day Box Office Collection )
Total First Week Collection   5.92 Cr
Total Domestic Collection   8.80 Cr