Jai Ho First Four Days Worldwide Box Office Collection
Jai Ho Four Days Box office Collection India till now:
Producer Figure ( Eros):
Friday Day 1: Rs 17.75 Crore Nett
Day 2: Rs 16.68 Crore Nett.
Sunday Day 3: Rs 26.25 Crore Nett
Monday Day 4: Rs 9.5 Crore Nett
Total India: Rs 70.18 Crore Nett
Total India: Rs 91.23 Crore Gross
Total Worldwide: Rs 113.61 Crore Gross
Friday Day 1:Rs 17.14 Crore Nett
Saturday Day 2: Rs 16.25 Crore Nett.
Sunday Day 3: Rs 24.68 Crore
Monday Day 4: Rs 9 Crore
Overseas: $3.55 Mn or Rs 22.38 Crore Gross ( 3 days)
4 Days Comparison In India (Trade figures) :
Rs 122 Crore
Rs 98 Crore
|Rs 80.3 Crore|
Ek Tha Tiger
Rs 75 Crore
Rs 74.5 Crore
Rs 70 Crore
Rs 67 Crore
Trade expectation from the movie on Monday is Rs 10 crore and it is again below expectation on Monday.
Overseas was always a low grossing circuit for Salman but figures this time are also disappointing and lower than Salman’s releases like Dabangg 2.
The Drop is 50% from Friday which is decent however single screens again did better than multiplexes . Across the metros Delhi , Mumbai , Bangalore and Kolkata movie didn’t do well on any day except Sunday.
It has a clear second week with no competition which will help it grow.
As of now it looks set to Hit 100 Crores in India but will still be the lowest grosser for a Salman Movie in 4 years.
This will create losses for all the distributors concerned unless it sustains over a period though Salman and Sohail have made huge pre release profits.
Trade Figure: Means Collections found by summing up the box office collection figures provided by each cricuit distributors,exhibitors and multiplex owners.
Producer Figure: Official Figures given out by producers of the movie is usually found to be higher than trade figure.
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- As with all box office data on our site the figures can be approximate and we do not make any claims about the authenticity of the data. However they are adequately indicative of the box-office performance of the film.