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The initial of Don -2 at most of the places was quite ordinary.
The territories that reported the best start were Delhi-U.P. and Rajasthan. Collections in cinemas of Bombay circuit were, surprisingly, below the mark in the first show. Even in cinemas of C.P. Berar circuit, collections were robust in some cinemas whereas they were not very exciting in the others. For instance, at Rajlaxmi cinema in Amravati, the film collected only Rs. 3,200 in the first (morning) show against a capacity of Rs. 25,000.
Most of the multiplexes in Ghaziabad and NOIDA in the north reported full houses in the morning show, at concessional admission rates.
Attendance (number of people) in some cinemas of Delhi-U.P. and East Punjab in the morning shows today (December 23) were as follows:
Don 2 Box-Office: Delhi-U.P. and East Punjab
Attendance in shows of Don 2:
Big NOIDA 1st show 155 persons; 2nd show 288 persons
Big Zirakpur 1st show 84
Big Bhatinda 1st show 70
Big Jalandhar 1st show 138; 2nd show 101
Big Amritsar 1st show 118
Jagat, Pathankot 1st show 137
MSP, Pathankot 1st show 42
Magnum, Meerut 1st show 97
Melange, Meerut 1st show 125
TDI, Agra 1st show 66; 2nd show 51
Rave Moti, Kanpur 1st show 248
Rave Kanpur 1st show 174
Odeon, Delhi 1st show 118
Don 2 Box-Office: Nagpur
Collections in shows of Don 2:
Cinemax Nagpur 1st show (collections) Rs. 13,474; 2nd show Rs. 32,498
Inox Poonam 1st show Rs. 9,750; 2nd show Rs. 12,471
Inox Jaswant 1st show Rs. 3,300; 2nd show Rs. 3,071; 3rd show Rs. 13,553; 4th show Rs. 11,507
Sangam Big 1st show Rs. 7,598
In the C.I. circuit, Don 2 has been released in as many as 90 screens (15 prints plus 75 UFO), which is a record. The last record was held by Bodyguard, which was released in 86 screens. Don 2 has also released in 10 3D screens.
At Big Calcutta, the film saw 259 footfalls at Big multiplex in the first show.
(inputs by Komal Nahata)