Queen Box Office Collection
India Total till date: 59.04 Crore Nett
61 Crore Nett
92.97 Crore gross
Fifty Two Days: $ 2,220,483 or 13.67 Crore gross.
in Local Currency
Rs 7.27 crores
Rs 1.26 crores
UAE & Gulf
Rs 2.96 Crore
UK & Ireland
Rs 1.59 Crore
Rs 8.92 Lakhs
$ 2.22 Million
Rs 13.67 Crore
Fifth Thursday: 16 Lakhs
Fifth Wednesday : 18 Lakhs
Fifth Tuesday: 25 Lakhs
Fifth Monday : 20 Lakhs
Fifth Sunday: 60 Lakhs
Fifth Saturday: 40 Lakhs
Fifth Friday: 25 lakhs
Fourth Thursday: 0.69 Crore nett
Fourth Wednesday: 0.71 crore nett
Fourth Tuesday: 0.73 Crore Nett
Fourth Monday: 0.79 Crore Nett
Fourth Sunday: 1.64 Crore Nett
Fourth Saturday: 1.32 Crore Nett
Fourth Friday: 0.87 Crore nett
Third Thursday: 1.07 Crore nett
Third Wednesday: 1.1 Crore Nett
Third Tuesday: 1.13 Crore Nett
Third Monday: 1.17 crore Nett
Third Sunday: 3.84 crore Nett
Third Saturday: 2.46 Crore nett
Third Friday: 1.27 Crore nett
Second Thursday: 1.63 Crore Nett
Second Wednesday: 1.77 Crore Nett
Second Tuesday: 2.67 Crore Nett
Second Sunday: 4.3 Crore Nett
Second Saturday: 3.84 Crore Nett
Second Friday: 2.14 Crore nett
Friday: 1.94 crore Nett
Saturday: 3.37 crore Nett
Sunday: 4.01 Crore nett
Monday: 2.31 Crore nett
Tuesday: 2.04 Crore nett
Wednesday: 2 Crore nett
Thursday : 2.12 Crore nett
Queen has trended amazingly with a slightly higher week 2 than week 1.
Purely running on word of mouth movie has done well in pockets where it was least expected such as Bihar where usually such multiplex movies are a washouts and only stay on screens for a day or two. Queen is headed to take a 30 lakh + collections in Bihar which is a breakthrough.
Ragini MMS which has opened wide and well will be a threat to Queen’s collections in week 3 but it is still expected to hit 50 crore mark and reach close to Kahaani’s lifetime collections.
Queen is the first hit of 2014 with solid profits for everyone involved.
Comparative First Week:
Lunchbox: 12 Crore
Paan Singh Tomar: 7 Crore
Gangs of Wasseypur: 17 Crore
Hasee Toh Phasee: 25.5 Crore
Queen: Rs 17.79 Crore
Queen has improved throughout its run with second weekend set to be higher than first weekend a rarity in bollywood where most movies are front loaded with first week determining its lifetime collections.
For a low budget movie it has performed very well on weekdays as well as on its second Friday its weekdays collections are all better than first friday and if it has a good second weekend ( which has an additional benefit in terms of holiday for Holi too on Monday) it will be a sleeper hit of the year. It has got lot of screens for itself in its second week despite Yashraj’s Bewakoofiyaan also releasing.
The number of people watching the movie were more in its weekdays than on opening day but due to lower ticket price in weekdays overall collection remained in 2 crore+ daily range.
It is rare that movie has a better Monday and Tuesday than Friday and is a sign of good word of mouth movie and is a sign of poor awareness that the movie had which led to a poor opening on its first day.
Despite a very poor opening due to lack of awareness Queen is the best performing hindi movie this weekend beating both Gulaab Gang and Total Siyappa both in India and even in USA though the margin of difference with Gulaab Gang is not much.
Queen had also released in lowest number of screens in India and overseas amongst all three movies
However in India it has been beaten by 300 Rise of the Empire which though has released in four languages ( Hindi, English ,Tamil , Telugu)
Lacking in star power Queen had a week box office opening and opened lower than Gulaab Gang but better than Total Siyappa
Rave reviews and good word of mouth meant that it has lead both on Saturday and Sunday
Collections of the movie is concentrated only among premium multiplexes.
It is a low cost movie though it has been shot on foreign locations.
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