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Bollywood Box Office Report Of The Week: 13 June 2019

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The prominent release of the week is Anurag Kashyap’s GAME OVER along with Hollywood’s MEN IN BLACK : INTERNATIONAL.  Neither of the two is expected to make much of a dent in BHARAT’s second weekend run. However,  MIB : INTERNATIONAL is   expected to make a mark  with it’s  fans!

The premier Eid  release (Wednesday),  Ali Abbas Zafar directed Salman-Katrina  starrer  BHARAT, saw a bumper opening day (42 crore –Salman’s best) and then a predictable fall  on the two subsequent days (Thursday & Friday) and again a pick up on during the two remaining days of the 5-day extended weekend, netting  a huge 144-145 crore.  What must be kept in mind is that the collections were hit on the opening day and  again on Sunday, when India played against South Africa and Australia.  All the same the reasonably steady weekdays  run has ensured that the first week (9-days) will end around the 175 crore mark and with least a hit status. BHARAT was already on a safe wicket, taking into account its recoveries from satellite, digital and audio rights. BHARAT has also done quite well in the overseas (good in US)  grossing nearly  $7m  with   £610,000  from UK  and  $1,835,000  from the US, during the opening weekend (7-9 June).

Also Read: Salman Khan starrer Bharat Movie Review, Bharat Critic Review, Bharat Movie Rating

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Meanwhile,  after a  fair opening week, Vivek  Oberoi’s  topical  PM  NARENDRA  MODI  fell heavily during the second as it collected  1 crore from Bombay (collections  from  other  cinemas  unrecieved),  30 lakhs  from Ahmedabad,  12.75 lakhs  from Surat,   9.50 lakhs  from Baroda,  4.50 lakhs from Rajkot,  35 lakhs  from Pune,   4.25 lakhs from Nasik,   3.25 lakhs from Goa,  1.50 lakhs  from Belgaum, 30 lakhs from Delhi city,  11.25 lakhs  from Noida,  8.25 lakhs   from Ghaziabad, 5 lakhs  from Kanpur, 9.75 lakhs from Lucknow,  1.50 lakhs  from  Agra,  2.75 lakhs  from Allahabad,  1.50 lakhs  from  Aligarh,  2.25 lakhs  from Dehradun,  10.50 lakhs from Gurgaon,  4.25 lakhs  from  Faridabad, 2.25 lakhs  from Chandigarh, 2 lakhs  from Jammu,  25 lakhs  from Calcutta,  6  lakhs  from Siliguri,  2 lakhs  from Patna,  1.75 lakhs  from Dhanbad, 1.75 lakhs  from Ranchi,  3.75 lakhs  from Bhubaneshwar,  3 lakhs  from Guwahati,  5.75 lakhs from  Nagpur,  8.25 lakhs  from Raipur,  7.75 lakhs  from Indore,  2 lakhs  from Gwalior,  5.25 lakhs  from Bhopal,  10 lakhs  from Jaipur(collections  from  other  cinemas  unrecieved),  3.25 lakhs  from Jodhpur,  1.50 lakhs  from Ajmer,  2 lakhs  from Kota,  3.25 lakhs  from Udaipur,  10 lakhs from Hyderabad,  4 lakhs  from  Aurangabad,  35 lakhs from Bangalore,  2.25 lakhs  from Mangalore,   2.25 lakhs  from  Mysore,  1.50  lakhs  from Madras  and  1 lakh  from Kochi.  Adding  another 6.50  crore,  P.M  NARENDRA  MODI  has  netted 23  crore  in  two  weeks  from India  and  is  a  below  average  fare.

Concluding with Luv  Ranjan’s  Akiv  Ali  directed  Ajay  Devgn,  Tabu  and Rakul  Preet  starrer DE DE PYAR DE  saw another steady week collecting 1.50 crore from Bombay (collections  from  other  cinemas  unrecieved),  50 lakhs  from Ahmedabad, 18.50 lakhs  from Surat,  10.50 lakhs  from Baroda,  6.50 lakhs from Rajkot, 55 lakhs  from Pune,  5.25 lakhs from Nasik,  5 lakhs from Goa,  1.25 crore from Delhi city,  35 lakhs  from Noida,  25 lakhs   from Ghaziabad,  13 lakhs  from Kanpur,  26 lakhs from Lucknow,  5.75 lakhs  from  Agra,  5.50 lakhs  from Allahabad,  2 lakhs  from  Aligarh, 6.25 lakhs  from Dehradun,  30 lakhs from Gurgaon, 12 lakhs  from  Faridabad,  1.75 lakhs  from Panipat,  8.50 lakhs  from Chandigarh,  2 lakhs  from  Jalandhar , 1.25 lakhs from  Patiala, 2.75 lakhs  from  Amritsar,  4.50 lakhs  from Ludhiana,  20 lakhs  from Calcutta,  2.75  lakhs  from Siliguri,  6.50 lakhs  from Patna, 2.25 lakhs  from Dhanbad, 4.25 lakhs  from Ranchi, 6 lakhs  from Bhubaneshwar,  3.25 lakhs  from Guwahati, 2.25 lakhs  from Muzaffarpur, 8.50 lakhs from  Nagpur,  11.50 lakhs  from Raipur,  15.75 lakhs  from Indore,  6.25 lakhs  from Gwalior,9.50 lakhs  from Bhopal,  45 lakhs from Jaipur,  7.25 lakhs  from Jodhpur,  3.25 lakhs  from Ajmer,  4.50 lakhs  from Kota,  7 lakhs  from Udaipur,  10 lakhs from Hyderabad,  5 lakhs  from  Aurangabad  and  35 lakhs from Bangalore.  Adding another 12 crore, DE DE PYAR DE has netted  90 crore in three  weeks  from India  and is a semi-hit,  after accounting for digital,  overseas  and  non theatrical rights. DDPD is fair in the overseas  grossing $2.75m  with  £185,000 from UK  and  $1,012,000  from the US.

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