Brothers 11th Day Collection- 2nd Monday Box Office Business Report

Brothers 11th Day Box Office Collection

Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer “Brothers” minted approximately Rs 6.1 crore in its opening weekend. The box office collection of “Brothers” has declined after the release of new films, but it still managed to beat the records of “Dil Dhadakne Do”. “Brothers” is now the eighth highest grosser of 2015 and will soon dethrone Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan starrer “Piku”, which earned approximately Rs 79 crore. “Brothers [Week 2] Fri 1.40 cr, Sat 2 cr, Sun 2.70 cr. Total: Rs 78.70 cr. Akshay-Sidharth starrer will be among the top six highest grosser of 2015, but the film will need to hold strong position at the box office to cross Rs 100 crore. Looking at its second weekend box office collection, one can say that it is unlikely that the film will cross Rs 100 crore mark at the domestic box office. According to reports, the film has been made on a budget of Rs 80 crore. “Brothers” will earn the Rs 80 crore production-cost with its theatrical run, but it will be termed as an average entertainer.

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Brothers 2nd Monday Box Office Business

“Brothers, which is made on a budget of nearly Rs 80 crore, is expected to recover Rs 40-45 crore through sale of satellite and music rights as well as overseas business,” Mid-Day quoted industry source as saying. Meanwhile, trade analyst are of the opinion that “Brothers” needs to do a business of more than Rs 100 crore to enter the hit-zone. Brothers managed to pull off a decent second Monday at the Domestic Box Office. The film collected 1.50 crores* on its Day 11 and now stands with a total collection of Rs 79.20 crores* the domestic box office. Movie is expected to go on further after 2 weeks as slow performance of other new releases might help it in surviving longer a week more. Film with positive response and reviews from the audience throughout the first week has managed itself to go on for second week nicely.

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