Boxoffice : Extremely dull weekend

Right Ya Wrong, Hide and Seek, Both movies opened to dull response all over and even refused to pickup over weekend despite of good reviews. Weekend occupancy was as low as 0-5%. Weekend collections of both movies are in range of 1.5-2 Crore.

Atithi dropped in second weekend of about 80% and second weekend collections (first 2 days) estimated at 2.5 Crore. Nine Days Nett of Atithi stands at 17 Crore Approx. Verdict: Average

KCK had almost nil show over third weekend. 17 Days total stands at 16 Crore.  FLOP.

My Name Is Khan saw further decline of 70% on Fourth week with 1.65 Crore collections. Four Weeks total stands at 64.65 Crore. All set to wrap under 66 Crore. Average

— BollyBusiness

~ by Yakuza on March 14, 2010.

13 Responses to “Boxoffice : Extremely dull weekend”

  1. What was total budget of Atithi & KCK?

  2. KCK flop? Thats too bad, I thought it was a decent flick

    • unlucky for Farhan.his last 2 movies (LBC & KCK) were not hits. i quite like Farhan’s movies…v.intelligent & engrossing movies but i guess they are more niche movies than for the masses. His nxt with Hrithik should be a hit hopefully

  3. Dear Yakuza,
    What is the budget of Atithi and KCK?

  4. i heard that atithi had done good business over the weekend and it is going strong in its second week…good to hear that ….the movie was good and it deserves all the credit…even during months which are generally not good for movies it has done good business…it shows that people appreciate good movies no matter what the month is….way to go atithi..>

  5. Latest update: ‘M.N.I.K.’ India, international numbers

    -By Taran Adarsh, March 16, 2010 – 07:56 IST

    The weekly nett figures of MY NAME IS KHAN in India till week 5 are as follows:-

    Week 1 – Rs. 48.45 crores
    Week 2 – Rs. 17.06 crores
    Week 3 – Rs. 5.92 crores
    Week 4 – Rs. 1.65 crores
    Week 5 – Rs. 42 lakhs [only weekend figures]
    Total nett – Rs. 73.50 crores

    The gross international figures are US$ 16.33 million, which, according to Fox, makes MY NAME IS KHAN the highest grossing Bollywood film in the overseas markets. Some of the key territories contributing are:-
    North America – US$ 3.92 million

    UK – GBP 2.55 million – highest-ever for Bollywood film

    Middle East – US$ 3.7 million – highest-ever for Bollywood film

    Australia and New Zealand – US$ 1.07 million

    Also, Pakistan, Indonesia and Singapore have cumulatively given approx. US$ 1.7 million. The break-up is as follows:- Pakistan US$ 550k, Indonesia US$ 750k, Singapore – US$ 404k [highest-ever for Bollywood film].

  6. UTV Grabs Tees Maar Khan For 55 Crore

    Tuesday 16th March 2010 10.00 IST
    Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network

    Tees Maar Khan starring Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif has been acquired by UTV for 55 crore. The deal includes the Worldwide theatrical rights, satellite rights and Home Video rights. Music rights were not included in the deal.

    The film has been grabbed at a very fair price and unlike the last few years where many films had to do Super Hit or even Blockbuster theatrical business just to recover costs for distributors this one may well earn for UTV even if it does not do Hit theatrical business in India. This is very rare for major films as they are normally acquired at premium prices which leave little chance for big profits.

    Tees Maar Khan is scheduled for a Christmas 2010 release which will be another huge advantage for the film.

  7. thank god that better sense is prevailing…after couple of years of high pricing and ridiculous over pricing of movies,the producers of tees maar khan have got it right….i mean u just dont have to think about earning profits but u also need to think abt the movies and the stars associated with it….reasonable pricing can yield good results for movies ..hope producers like karan johar will take a cue from tees maar khan….>

    • producers will sell their films for as good a price they can get. everybody is concerned about their own profits.

      if karan had sold mnik for 55cr it would be declared a blockbuster by now from distributors perspective. but karan johar’s profits would have been lesser. so ultimately it is the demand factor and distributors willingness/desperation to buy that determines the price of the film.

    Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? has managed to record good collections over its second weekend and despite new releases remained first choice for viewers at most places.
    The approx breakdowns were 1 crore nett on Friday, 1.75 crore nett on Saturday and 2 crore nett on Sunday. The ten day total is 20.50 crore nett which is a decent total.

    The second week will end at around 7.50 crore nett and the film could have lifetime business in the 30 crore nett region which would be a good result considering its poor start at multiplexes.

    Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? Remains Rock Steady On Second Monday
    Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? remained rock steady on its second Monday with around 80 lakhs nett business which is just 20% drop from its second Friday business of 1 crore nett.
    The film is trending well after an ordinary start and will emerge an earner. The second week business looks to heading for the 7.50 crore nett region which will take its two week business to 23.25 crore nett.

    Then in the weeks after the film could pick up anything from 5-8 crore nett depending on how it sustains and the amount of screen space it gets over the next few weeks.

  10. who the hell has written mnik to be an average grosser..go check ur brains….do u even know box office..i presume not coz u are inherently biased towards sallu/aamir….its a clean hit man…in india and all time blockbuster overseas…

  11. yakuza..sorry to say..u spreading rumours..mnik grossed 73crores approx. till date and will end its business sumwere near 76-77 crores…in india..why are u hell bent on demeaning the success…SRK ZZZ THE BEST…HE RULLZZZ..MNIK IS A PHENOMENOM!

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