Brothers 12th Day Box Office Collection
Akshay Kumar and Siddharth Malhotra starrer ‘Brothers’ box office collections got a good opening in the domestic market where it earned a whopping Rs 15.2 crore on day 1. The collections got a big boost on Saturday too, raking in a massive Rs 21.24 crore. The third day was not such a big day, but still stayed in the two-figure bracket at Rs 15.45 crore. However, as was clear from Sunday’s collections, the movie did not enthuse the audience as much as was expected and this was reflected in the collections on Monday too as the figure dropped down to Rs 6.23 crore and kept on sliding during the week. On Friday, which also saw the release of ‘All is well’ and ‘Manjhi’, the movie made Rs 1.4 crore (Day 8). ‘Brothers’ has however, managed to stay relevant throughout its B.O. run to collect Rs 78.4 crore in the first 10 days. The collections rise to Rs 98.02 crore, if we include the foreign take. ‘Brothers’, which released a day before Independence Day, is an action-thriller that also features Jacqueline Fernandez, Jackie Shroff, Shefali Shah and Ashutosh Rana. ‘Brothers’ is a remake of Hollywood movie ‘Warriors’.
Brothers 2nd Tuesday Business Report
Akshay Kumar starrer Brothers did decent business on its 12th day at the Box Office. The movie, as per early estimates, managed to pull off a business of 1.80 crores* approx on its 2nd Brothers. Brothers now stands at a domestic box office total of Rs 81+ crores* nett. so far. The film was a complete mass entertainer and thus managed to rake in moolah in all parts of the country. However, the film’s 2nd week business was quite a lot affected due to Manjhi The Mountain Man & All Is Well. Brothers will rest its 2nd week collections in the range of 73-74 crores. Now the movie is losing its pace but the performance it showed in first week was commendable. With its strong emotional story and the support of fans, Akshay Kumar starrer Brothers was collected such excellent figures in its first week. Being the non-masala movie some critics have not find it up to the mark but even after that, it has received overwhelmed response from audience across the globe.