Brothers Online Tickets Booking in Advance & Total Investment


Brothers Advance Tickets Booking

Akshay Kumar’s Brothers is all set to release this Friday. The film being a long weekend release in Maharashtra is expecting a good business from Mumbai, Pune circuits. The advance bookings for the film have commenced partially across the country. With only major single screens commencing its pre-booking, the booking for multiplexes is yet to begin. Well, in the existing theaters, there is a low booking report so far. The morning shows are not yet on the fast filling mode and that is extremely surprising considering it is a Akshay Kumar film. The actor has a huge fan following and considering that the film is a typical massy commercial drama, the morning shows should have been full by now. The weekend booking too has not yet taken a big leap. A lot of multiplexes are yet to open their windows for advance bookings and hence Delhi, Bangalore are showing a dull opening so far. Fans can book their tickets from the online ticketing websites-, or or can directly book it from the theater after the opening of pre-booking.

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Brothers 2015 Total Investment

The advance of “Brothers”, which opened partially on Wednseday, has now opened in all the theaters in India. And within less than 24 hours, the film has received phenomenal response at both, single screens and multiplexes. Not only opening day, but the opening weekend tickets of “Brothers” are also sold out in several theaters. The advance booking status has witnessed 70 percent occupancy, with most of the first day shows is being sold out. Distributors and exhibitor are positive that “Brothers” will do phenomenal business in India. Talking about its budget, “Brothers” is a moderate budget movie and is expected to be made on a budget of Rs.80+ Crore. Distributors also say that “Brothers” first week tickets will be sold out, if the buzz remains the same. The film will hit screens worldwide in more than 3000 screens on 14th August. In India, the film will be released in approximately 2500 screens, while in overseas, it will be released in around 500 screens.

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