Although, investors appeared slightly cautious amid mixed cues from global markets after a US-led strike on Syrian targets in response to alleged chemical weapons attacks, fuelling fresh geopolitical tensions.
The 30-share barometer, which cracked the 34,000-mark at the outset, hit a low of 33,899.34 on profit-booking in recent gainers amid sustained outflows by foreign funds.
BSE sectoral indices, led by IT, Teck, oil and gas, PSU, power, infrastructure and banking stocks, declined up to 0.88%.
Healthy buying in healthcare and fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) stocks however restricted further losses.
Other major laggards were Wipro, Tata Motors, ONGC, Axis Bank, NTPC, RIL, Dr. Reddy's, SBI, ICICI Bank, Bharti Airtel, Asian Paints, Maruti Suzuki and Tata Steel, falling by up to 1.54 percent.
Shares of fell by 3.86 percent to Rs 1123.90 less than expected FY19 revenue guidance.
The 50-share NSE Nifty too moved in a wide range on hectic selling and buying and finally closed 47.75 points, or 0.46 per cent, higher at 10,528.35. Japan's Nikkei, however, was up 0.26%.
The US Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 0.50% lower in Friday's trade.
The BSE Midcap and the BSE Smallcap indices were fell by 0.12% and 0.04%, respectively.
The rupee fell 20 paise against the USA dollar in early trade on global trade war concerns, dip in March exports and a sharp drop in domestic equities.