Actor Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bala is inching close to the benchmark of Rs 100 crore at the Box Office. The film has been performing well at the ticket window and is expected to rake in some more impressive numbers before exhausting its run. Bala collected Rs 6.73 crore on its second Saturday after recording Rs 3.76 crore in the second Friday. The total collection of the Amar Kaushik directorial stands at Rs 82.73 crore.Also Read - Bala Box Office Collection Day 8: Bhumi Pednekar-Ayushmann Khurrana-Yami Gautam’s Film Nears Rs 100 Crore Club

Bala had registered a good opening at the Box Office by grossing the biggest first-day numbers for Ayushmann at 10.15 crore. The first collection of the film was also excellent. It raked in an amount of Rs 43.95 crore in its opening weekend. The film only grew better in weekdays. However, the collections saw a little drop from the second Friday. Sunday is expected to add better to the collection which will tell how quick can Bala reach the Rs 100 mark at the Box Office. Here’s the entire Box Office breakup of Bala till the second Saturday of its release: Also Read - Bhumi Pednekar Shaking a Leg on Dheeme Dheeme With Bala Co-Star Ayushmann Khurrana is BFF Goals

Friday: Rs 10.15 crore
Saturday: Rs 15.73 crore
Sunday: Rs 18.07 crore
Monday: Rs 8.26 crore
Tuesday: Rs 9.52 crore
Wednesday: Rs 5.20 crore
Thursday: Rs 5.31 crore
Friday: Rs 3.76 crore
Saturday:Rs 6.73crore Also Read - Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan: Ayushmann Khurrana Drops First Look as Release Date Gets Preponed

Total: Rs 82.73 crore

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh released the latest Box Office figures of Bala on Twitter and wrote, “#Bala jumps on [second] Sat… Multiplexes – its core audience – driving its biz… Should have another strong day today [Sun]… Will cruise past ₹ 90 cr mark, inching closer to ₹ 💯 cr… [Week 2] Fri 3.76 cr, Sat 6.73 cr. Total: ₹ 82.73 cr. #India biz.” (sic)

Apart from Ayushmann, Bala also features Yami Gautam and Bhumi Pednekar in the lead. The film is another one from Ayushmann that challenges the existing social taboos and encourages people to seek change around. The actors talk about the association of the social standard of beauty with dense hair and fair skin in the film.