After collecting approximately 21.40 crores in 2 Days, Khiladi 786 picked up on Sunday and made a business of about 12.70 crores on Day 3. Khiladi 786 now stands at a domestic total of approximately 34.10 crores in its opening weekend at the Box Office.Akshay Kumar and Asin in a still from Khiladi 786 Movie
Here’s the final collection breakup of Khiladi 786 till date: (more…)
With an eventful 2012 so far, Akshay Kumar has truly been on a roll. While films like ‘Housefull 2′ and ‘Rowdy Rathore’ brought him into the 100 crore club, they also set records for being his biggest openers till date.
This is the reason why quite a few went ballistic while assuming that ‘Khiladi 786′ would go on to break that record as well and set up something even bigger.
While that was an unrealistic expectation considering the fact that this Ashish Mohan directed film was primarily meant to open and fare better at single screens, it was felt that the weekend total of around 40 crore would be a good possibility.
Eventually the film did collect around 35 crores which had a better chunk of revenue coming from the single screens. Multiplexes were slow to begin with though Saturday and Sunday saw an escalation. (more…)
‘Khiladi 786′ going strong at the ticket window, earns Rs 34.20 cr in three days and Akshay has 4 hits in 2012–CNNIBN
New Delhi: Akshay Kumar’s latest film ‘Khiladi 786′ is going steady at the ticket window. So far, the film has collected Rs 34.20 crore in its first three days. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweets, “Khiladi786 collected approx Rs 34.30 cr nett in its opening weekend. Breakup:- Fri 10.40 cr, Sat 11.15 cr, Sun 12.75 cr.”
Directed by Ashish R Mohan, the film also stars Asin, Mithun and Himesh Reshammiya in prominent roles.
The film’s business has shown a remarkable growth on Sunday when it earned Rs 12.75 crore, which is Rs 1.60 crore more than the amount it collected on Saturday.
Akshay Kumar is certainly following in the footsteps of his dear friend and contemporary Salman Khan. The hunk of an actor has been creating waves at the Box Office since the beginning of the year. And with his latest, ‘Khiladi 786’ Akshay has proved that he has his niche set of audiences, who are ever ready to watch him sizzle on the silver screen. ‘Khiladi 786’, which has been directed by Ashish R Mohan, has opened to a fantastic response at the Indian Box Office on its opening day. Eros International has reported that the movie has collected over Rs 10 crores net at the Box Office on its first day.
Noted trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#Khiladi786 collected approx Rs 34.30 cr nett in its opening weekend. Breakup:- Fri 10.40 cr, Sat 11.15 cr, Sun 12.75 cr(sic).”
The film which was released in 2,700 screens on December 7, has recorded a fantastic footfall in both single screen theatres as well as in the multiplexes in the morning and the matinee shows across the country.
‘Khiladi 786’ has got thumbs up from viewers across the country, and now a positive word of mouth is expected to take its collection higher over the weekend. Trade experts say that it is likely to find its place among the one hundred crore movie club.
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Khiladi 786 managed to show good growth on Sunday of around 20% but the weekend business remained below average with collections around the 29.25 crore nett range. The daily breakdowns were 8.50 crore nett of Friday, 9.25 crore nett on Saturday and 11.25-11.50 crore nett on Sunday.
The film has done well in Bihar, CPCI and Rajasthan, average in Gujarat and Nizam while the rest of India has seen poor collections. North India has performed terribly with collections in the range of smaller films like Heroine, Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum and Jism 2.
Saturday 9th December 2012 11.30 IST
Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network
Talaash has grossed 75 crore nett approx ten days as it grossed around 10.50 crore nett in its second weekend. The film had a good jump of 60-65% on Saturday.
The film has dropped in most markets but cities with high concentration of premium multiplexes like Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Gurgaon, Kolkata and Bangalore are doing pretty well. These areas all have high ticket rates so therefore the film has managed fair collections in second weekend despite limited appreciation.
The film had heavy drops in places like CPCI and Rajasthan where Khiladi 786 has done its best business. There is no release next week and if the premium multiplexes can give good performance next weekend, Talaash can go towards 90 crore nett and a share of around 45 crore.
“I walked out of Talaash not so much exhilarated as thoroughly engaged, but (spoilers ahead) films like these have their own afterlife, inviting us to think back on how it all fits”
– RB on Talaash
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