Badhaai Do had a good second weekend, with Sunday revenues increasing by ₹1.3 crores. On Monday, the movie earned approximately ₹85 Lakhs. The film still has four days to make money, and it appears that another ₹3 crores are on the way. So far, the film has earned ₹16.58 crores, which should have been the film's first four days' earnings. Badhaai Do day 11 box office collection numbers are given below.
|Fri||Day 1 (Feb 11)||₹1.65 Cr|
|Sat||Day 2 (Feb 12)||₹2.72 Cr|
|Sun||Day 3 (Feb 13)||₹3.45 Cr|
|Mon||Day 4 (Feb 14)||₹1.85 Cr|
|Tue||Day 5 (Feb 15)||₹1.12 Cr|
|Wed||Day 6 (Feb 16)||₹1.00 Cr|
|Thu||Day 7 (Feb 17)||₹0.80 Cr|
|Fri||Day 8 (Feb 18)||₹0.70 Cr|
|Sat||Day 9 (Feb 19)||₹1.12 Cr|
|Sun||Day 10 (Feb 20)||₹1.37 Cr|
|Mon||Day 11 (Feb 21)||₹0.85 Cr|
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui made a similar amount (₹14.53 crores) in its first weekend, which was not ideal given that a film starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Vaani Kapoor was supposed to gross ₹20 crores. Nonetheless, the fact that it was released so soon after the epidemic and had an LGBT subject meant that it had fewer viewers.
The same may be said for Badhaai Do, and in fact, the trajectory is very similar. The Rajkummar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar picture has a lower budget and has arrived at a time when theatres aren't operating as smoothly as they were in the case of Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui, when things had improved following Sooryavanshi.
Taking all of this into account, even though the collections aren't the kind that would make anyone jump for glee, they are still on par when all of the aforementioned aspects are taken into account.