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Tom Cruise's MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 5 dominates, 39 crore for Ajay's DRISHYAM!

August 8, 2015 10:44:30 AM IST
By Abid, Glamsham Editorial
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Just as expected, it was Tom Cruise's MISSION IMPOSSIBLE–ROGUE NATION, which dominated the proceedings at the box-office this Friday. MI 5 which started at around 40 percent during the morning was running at 75 percent occupancy during the latter shows, at metro and ‘A' city multiplexes.


As far as the home bred releases are concerned, the best competition came via the Riteish-Pulkit starrer, BANGISTAN, but the occupancy was a mere 20-25 percent for the first day.

Also Read - Drishyam Movie Review

Concluding with Nishikant Kamat's Ajay, Tabu and Shriya starrer, DRISHYAM, which thanks to a stable weekdays performance added a couple of crores more than expected, netting 39crore (to be validated) during the opening week from India, which is a decent but not a satisfactory total for a venture of this scale and budget (60-65 crore all inclusive release cost). DRISHYAM has to cross the 60 crore mark from India to be considered a safe bet for all concerned. Here is hoping it does, fingers crossed!

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