August 16, 1947 is a pan Indian movie that is primarily shot in the Tamil language. A trailer for the film was released a few days ago and since the anticipation for this movie has started to build. It is directed by N.S. Ponkumar. Here we have covered everything you need to know about the second day box office collection of August 16, 1947 and its budget.
August 16, 1947 Box Office Collection Day 2 and Budget
August 16, 1947 is estimated to earn around Rs 30 Lakhs at the box office on day 2 from the version of all languages in India. Even though it is a pan-Indian film, the movie got a meek response at the box office on day 2. The second-day box office collection of the film, however, suggests that it has the potential to earn more money at the box office in the upcoming days.
August 16 1947 is reportedly made on a budget of about Rs 30 Crores.
About August 16, 1947
A horrible British general runs a fictional, isolated village in Madras prior to independence. The story takes place over the course of three days and follows the plight of poor, illiterate, and oppressed villagers as they wait for news that India will become independent.