8 Days Total Collection of Kaabil
Last week released much anticipated revenge drama Kaabil of stars Hrithik Roshan, Yami Gautam, Rohit Roy & Ronit Roy has completed its one week journey at box office with wonderful performance. The movie was released with much excitement of audience on 2200 screens in India. It has received overwhelmed response from audience across the country. Bollywood critics have reviewed it with very strong comments and showed thumbs up to it. Due to super strong word of mouth, Kaabil has surpassed the weekdays business of its adjacent release Raees.
Kaabil had made a collection of Rs 10.43 crore on its first day, which is half of what Raees had collected. However, the Hrithik-starrer had witnessed a growth on its subsequent days. Kaabil had collected Rs 18.67 crore on Thursday, Rs 9.77 crore on Friday, Rs 13.54 crore on Saturday and Rs 15.05 crore on Sunday, taking its 5-day nett collection to Rs 67.46 crore. Also, Kaabil earned Rs 6.04 crore on Monday, On Tuesday, the film collected 6.10 crore at the Box Office, hence bringing its total to 79.60 crore.
Kaabil has proved itself as a good release and has gained lots of appreciation from the public. Today is 8th Day of release for this phenomenal action & romance packed from on silver screen & in the favorable side, Kaabil has attained that position which makes its among top movies of Bollywood film industry. Total 8th Day or Wednesday Collection of Kaabil is around 5.70 Crores and now its total collection in 8 days is 85.30 Crores.
Despite the clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees, and lesser number of screens, Kaabil has managed to draw viewers to the theatres. In just five days, the Sanjay Gupta directorial surpassed the lifetime Indian box office collection record of Mohenjo Daro (Rs 58 crore net). Had the film got a solo release, its collection would have been much higher. Also, since no big budget films is scheduled to release until February 10, when Akshay Kumar’s Jolly LLB 2 will hit the theatres, Kaabil has enough space and time to continue drawing the audience and its collection.