Munjya box office collection day 6: Sharvari, Mona Singh film continues to do well, crosses ₹ 30 cr | Bollywood.

Munjya box office collection day 6: The horror comedy Munjya, starring Mona Singh, Sharvari, and Abhay Verma, has been a hit at the box office in its first week. According to the latest report by, Munjya crossed the milestone of ₹30 crore on Wednesday, reaching a total box office collection of ₹31.15 crore. Directed by Aditya Sarpotdar, Munjya has been well-received by audiences. (Also read: Munjya’s Spielberg aka Taran Singh heaps praise on Sathyaraj’s dedication: ‘Inspiring to see him learning Hindi’)

A CGI ghost joins the universe of Stree and Bhediya in Munjya.
A CGI ghost joins the universe of Stree and Bhediya in Munjya.

Munjya box office update

According to the report, Munjya collected ₹3.75 crore on the sixth day of its release, based on early estimates. The film had a strong opening at the box office, earning ₹4 crore on its first day. The second day saw a collection of ₹7.25 crore, followed by ₹8 crore on the third day. Days 4 and 5 brought in ₹4 crore and ₹4.15 crore respectively. With the earnings from day 6 added, Munjya has now accumulated ₹31.15 crore in India. On Sunday, the film had an overall Hindi occupancy of 17.10%.

Now enjoy your favorite game on Crickit, anytime, anywhere. Find out how!

About Munjya

Set in Pune and the Konkan region of Maharashtra, Munjya delves into the story of the legendary creature from Indian folklore. Produced by Dinesh Vijan’s Maddock Films and Amar Kaushik, Munjya is the latest addition to Maddock Films’ horror comedy universe, alongside Stree (2018), Roohi (2021), and Bhediya (2022). The film also features a post-credit scene with actor Varun Dhawan reprising his role from Bhediya.

The Hindustan Times review of the film mentions, “Munjya brings a mix of spooky horror and light-hearted comedy, with most of the humor emanating from the ghost himself, particularly in the way he speaks. The voiceover for this CGI character could have been better informed about the film’s balance between horror and comedy.”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *