'1971 Beyond Borders' second-day collection: - Malayalam superstar Mohanlal's patriotic movie '1971 Beyond Borders', opened up with mixed reviews from the critics and the general public. The mixed reports affected the film's run at the box office on the second day of its release. The film saw a huge drop in collections of nearly 40% on Saturday compared to its Friday collections. let's check two days collections of the film at Kerela box office below.

'1971 Beyond Borders' 2nd day Kerela box office collection

The movie minted Rs 1.34 crores gross at the Kerela box office on day 2 of its release.

By the end of its two days run, Mohanlal - Major Ravi's film minted Rs 3.75 crores gross.

In the Kochi Multiplexes, the film minted Rs 6.79 lakhs on the second day with 58.74% occupancy taking total two days collection to Rs 16.88 lakhs gross.

On the other hand, the occupancy on the second day at the Carnival Cinemas is too worse as the film only has 39.14% occupancy and it minted Rs 4.24 lakhs gross on Saturday taking two days total collection to Rs 14.29 lakhs gross.

'1971 Beyond Borders' two days rest of India collection

The film released in 173 screens outside the Kerela and it minted Rs 65 lakhs gross on the first day of its release. The second-day collection in rest of the India also seen a heavy drop as it minted only Rs 33 lakhs gross.

The total two days rest of the India collection of '1971 Beyond Borders' is Rs 98 lakhs gross.

'1971 Beyond Borders' total two days India collection

The total two days India collection of Mohanlal's '1971 Beyond Borders' is Rs 4.53 crores gross and Rs 2.1 crores share.

It is a pretty below par opening for Mohanlal's patriotic movie considering the craze and hype on the movie among the audience.

However, let's wait and see how the movie performs at the box office in its forthcoming days.

Nonetheless, the actor's fans who kept a lot of hopes on their star to continue his box office dominance with this film too, are hugely disappointed with the performance of '1971 Beyond Borders' at the ticket window.

Directed by Major Ravi, the film has Mohanlal essaying dual role as Colonel Mahadevan and Major Sahadevan and Tollywood actor Allu Sirish playing a special cameo role as Tank Commander. Haneef Mohammed produced the film under his Red rose creations banner.