Brothers 18th Day Collection- 3rd Monday Box Office Income Report

Brothers 18th Day Box Office Collection

Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer “Brothers” has earned more than Rs 82 crore in its two-week run and now the film is heading to cross Rs 90 crore mark at the domestic box office. “Brothers [Week 2] Fri 1.40 cr, Sat 2 cr, Sun 2.70 cr, Mon 1.20 cr, Tue 90 lacs, Wed 86 lacs, Thu 81 lacs. Total: Rs 82.47 cr. “Brothers” is Akshay’s third film this year, after “Baby” and “Gabbar Is Back”. Both the films emerged as superhit, but they failed to cross Rs 100 crore mark at the box office. “Brothers” garnered good hype before its releases. The film was touted to be one of the biggest releases this year and thus was expected to earn more than Rs 100 crore. However, looks like that the film will finish its domestic box office run before crossing the Rs 100 crore line. “Brothers” need more than Rs 15 crore to enter the century club, which seems unlikely for the film to earn in its theatrical run as the collection has dipped drastically.  Moreover, with the release of “Phantom” the screen count of “Brothers” has reduced, which has affected its box office earnings in the third week.

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Brothers 3rd Monday Business Report

Overall, “Brothers” will earn approximately Rs 90 crore in its lifetime box office run. Looking at the screen count as well as occupancy on 18th day, movie’s box office collection today is around 0.65 crore*. This Friday new film was released named Phantom and the movie has been doing good performance so this is bad news for Brothers. Movie is looking good for making much more in whole third week till the new big release. Next Friday another awaited comedy film of this year is releasing named Welcome Back for which everyone is so excited, so obviously Brothers is going to see a serious adverse effect from this upcoming Bollywood movie on Friday. Till now it is doing well and seems smooth on big screen in spite of the competition and new releases. Third week report will decide the fate of film finally.

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