Kabali 14 Days Box Office Collection
Kabali is coming out as one of the biggest grosser of this year 2016 in all the film industries of India. It has turned out to be a very blockbuster entertainer with superb performance in its total journey from opening day till now. Audience loved the characters and the motion picture touch to it. Also kid plus family audience is extremely happy after watching this flick as well as their young ones. But there are some other views also of audience about this flick that the storyline has nothing new. On the whole this film has been good on numbers and collections, but talking seriously, then even Sultan could not affect this Rajinikanth film to that height as was being expected and as per the cost.
In weekdays, it again started witnessing lesser response than before. On Monday, it faced 25% of drop than last Friday and minted the amount of 4 crores. On the next day, it recorded more drop and raked the business of 3.25 crores across India. On Wednesday, it reported lesser occupancy than previous day and estimated to add the amount of 2.85 crores* to its account. With this, total 13 days domestic collection of Kabali will become 188.10 crores including all three versions- Tamil, Telugu & Hindi.
The completed it’s second week and today is 14th day of release for the film where it has managed to collect goods income of approx. 2.10 Crores* domestically. Flick has over performed all other releases in these two weeks even the Bollywood biggie Sultan which has also been acclaimed by most of the audience. It is quite obvious that Kabali will survive longer on box office, but the main fact is to know whether film manages to cover its production cost in this 3rd week or not.
Garnering Rs 200 crore in marketing and other revenues, Kabali earned Rs 190+ crore in the domestic market. According to a particular trade analyst, Kabali did a business of Rs 249 crore in the international market. Although one has to wait and see if Kabali can beat the collections of Baahubali thereby becoming the third highest grossing Indian film after Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Aamir Khan’s PK.