Bollywood Box Office Report of the Week: 26th May 2016

Bollywood Box Office Report of the Week: 26th May 2016 news
S Abid By S Abid | 26 May 2016 11:58:10.4370000 IST

The coming Friday will witness multiple releases in the form of Ram Gopal Varma’s, VEERAPPAN, Naseeruddin Shah and Kalki Koechlin starrer, WAITING, Evana Entertainment’s FREDRICK and last but not the least, Radhika Apte’s, PHOBIA. Needless to add that all the ventures will cut into each other, though VEERAPPAN may appeal to a section of the masses while the high end multiplexes are likely to go for WAITING. The best may well be for PHOBIA, as supernatural genre has it’s loyal set of followers.

VEERAPPAN, WAITING, PHOBIA AND FREDRICK
VEERAPPAN, WAITING, PHOBIA AND FREDRICK

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SARBJIT MOVIE WALLPAPER
SARBJIT MOVIE WALLPAPER

Checking out Omung Kumar’s Aishwarya and Randeep starrer SARBJIT, the film started on a dull note  but picked up slightly during the remaining two days, thereby netting 13 crore (to be validated) during the opening weekend. Given the low weekdays, the reasonably budgeted (25 crore –all inclusive) SARBJIT faces an uphill task at the box-office. SARBJIT has disappointed in the overseas grossing £35,000 from UK and $130,000 from the US, during the opening weekend (20-22 May).

Meanwhile, given the initial excitement, the Hollywood release, X MEN : APOCALPYSE,  flattered to deceive and ended the opening weekend netting 15.50 crore (all versions & format).

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AZHAR MOVIE WALLPAPER
AZHAR MOVIE WALLPAPER

Moving on, after showing some improvement during the weekend, Emraan Hashmi’s AZHAR flattened during the weekdays as it  collected 3.15 crore from Bombay (collections from other cinemas unrecieved), 1.15 crore from Ahmedebad, 50 lakhs from Surat, 21.50 lakhs from Baroda, 13.75 lakhs from Rajkot, 80 lakhs from Pune, 10.50 lakhs from Nasik, 14 lakhs from Goa, 3.75 lakhs from Belgaum, 2.55 crore from Delhi city, 50 lakhs from Noida, 40 lakhs from Ghaziabad, 25.25 lakhs from Kanpur, 45 lakhs from Lucknow, 10 lakhs from Agra, 8.50 lakhs from Allahabad, 3.85 lakhs from Aligarh, 15.50 lakhs from Dehradun, 50 lakhs from Gurgaon, 25.50 lakhs from Faridabad, 2.15 lakhs from Kurukshetra, 5.15 lakhs from Panipat, 20 lakhs from Chandigarh, 12.15 lakhs from Jalandhar, 5.25 lakhs from Patiala, 12.55 lakhs from Amritsar, 18 lakhs from Ludhiana, 4.75 lakhs from Bhatinda, 2.55 lakhs from Ambala, 1 lakh from Shimla, 2.50 lakhs from Jammu, 85 lakhs from Calcutta, 1 lakh from Darjeeling, 7.50 lakhs from Siliguri, 15.25 lakhs from Patna, 5 lakhs from Dhanbad,  11.75 lakhs from Ranchi, 10 lakhs from Bhubaneshwar, 6 lakhs from Guwahati, 20.25 lakhs from Nagpur, 11.75 lakhs from Jabalpur, 25 lakhs from Raipur, 40 lakhs from Indore, 10 lakhs from Gwalior (collections from 3 cinemas unrecieved), 25 lakhs from Bhopal  (collections from 3 cinemas unrecieved), 50 lakhs from Jaipur (collections from 8 cinemas unrecieved), 11 lakhs from Jodhpur (collections from 2 cinemas unrecieved), 6 lakhs from Ajmer, 2.50 lakhs from Bikaner, 9 lakhs from Kota, 11.75 lakhs from Udaipur, 1.15 crore from Hyderabad, 9 lakhs from Aurangabad, 85 lakhs from Bangalore, 5.15 lakhs from Mangalore, 4 lakhs from Mysore, 3 lakhs from Vijayawada, 5 lakhs from Visakhapatnam, 4 lakhs from Madras and 3.50 lakhs from Kochi.  Netting 30 crore during the opening week from India, AZHAR will be lucky to break even. AZHAR is so-so in the overseas, grossing £ 60,000 from UK and $205,000 from the US, till the second weekend (20-22 May).

The other release of the same week, Vivek Agnihotri’s BUDDHA IN A TRAFFIC JAM managed a praiseworthy 2 crore during its opening week from India, despite limited release.

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1920 LONDON AND BAAGHI
1920 LONDON AND BAAGHI

Meanwhile after an ordinary first week Vikram Bhatt’s Sharman Joshi starrer, 1920 LONDON, fell heavily in the second  collecting 25 lakhs from Bombay (collections from other cinemas unrecieved), 15 lakhs from Ahmedebad, 3.75 lakhs from Surat, 1.50 lakhs from Baroda, 1 lakh from Rajkot, 5 lakhs from Pune, 1.50 lakhs from Goa, 20 lakhs from Delhi city, 3.55 lakhs from Noida, 5 lakhs from Ghaziabad, 3 lakhs from Kanpur, 5 lakhs from Lucknow, 1.20 lakhs from Agra, 1.50 lakhs from Allahabad, 2 lakhs from Dehradun, 5 lakhs from Gurgaon, 2 lakhs from Faridabad, 2 lakhs from Chandigarh, 2 lakhs from Jalandhar, 1 lakh from Amritsar, 2.50 lakhs from Ludhiana, 10 lakhs from Calcutta, 1.50 lakhs from Siliguri, 1.75 lakhs from Patna,  1.85 lakhs from Ranchi, 1.50 lakhs from Nagpur, 3.75 lakhs from Jabalpur, 4.75 lakhs from Raipur, 5 lakhs from Indore, 1 lakh from Gwalior , 5 lakhs from Bhopal, 5 lakhs from Jaipur (collections from 3 cinemas unrecieved), 1 lakh from Jodhpur, 1 lakh from Ajmer, 2 lakhs from Udaipur, 1 lakh from Hyderabad and  5 lakhs from Bangalore. Adding another 3 crore, 1920 LONDON, has netted 16 crore in two weeks from India and will just about escape as a below average fare, after accounting for non-theatrical rights.

Concluding with Sajid Nadiadwala’s Tiger Shroff starrer, BAAGHI, the film added another 2.50 crore to its coffer, thus netting 74.50 crore in three weeks from India and just about manages a hit status. BAAGHI has done very well (given the cost and cast) in the overseas grossing £228,000 from UK and $437,000 from the US, at the end of its run.

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