11 Days Total Collection Hrithik’s Kaabil
First movie of Hrithik Rohan this year ‘Kaabil’ is flying high at box office. The movie was released on 25th of Janaury on 2000 screens in India and has already completed its one week journey with 90.55 crores. It has received very positive reviews from most of the critics and getting overwhelmed response from audience across the country. Kaabil has registered the second highest opening of the year so far with an amount of 10.43 crores and also has successfully acquired the second position among year’s top highest grosser movies.
In the first week, Kaabil showed outstanding performance at box office and grossed total 90.55 crores on Hindi Indian screens. Total one week collection is comprises with 67.46 crores of weekend and rest 23.09 crores of weekdays. On the very first day of it second week, the movie had witnessed considerable drop and minted the amount of 5.70 crores. On next day, it had faced slight more drop and recorded the amount of 5.25 crores as its 9th day collection. Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil is all set to enter the 100 crore club today.
The film experienced a good jump on its second Friday. It collected 6.40 crores, thus taking its total to 96.95 crores at the domestic box office, On its second Saturday, being weekend the day has resulted out better for Kaabil. It has collected the amount of 9.22 crores as its 10th day collection more and with this, the collections have touched 106.17 crore. Seeing the decent performance of Kaabil at the box office, makers of the film have now reportedly increased the number of screens and that is likely to give a big boost to the movie’s collection over the weekend.
After Bang Bang, this will be Hrithik’s first film in the last two years to make it to the 100 crore mark. His last film, Mohenjo Daro had made a lifetime collection of merely 58 crores. Kaabil has had a box office clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees and that has apparently hit the film’s collection to a big extent. It is being believed that the Hrithik-starrer would have done much better business if it was a solo release. Nevertheless, the film apparently has been enjoying good word of mouth and is likely to go some distance. Directed by Sanjay Gupta.
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