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Holiday 3 Weeks Worldwide Box Office Collection: Closes in on Jai Ho

Holiday Box Office Collection

It is the 26th movie to reach 100 crores in India.

It will beat Jai Ho to be biggest grosser of 2014 today.

It has beaten 2 states and is 2nd highest grosser of 2014 so far

Total till date 20 days:
106.99 crore Nett India Trade figure
110.03  Crore  India Producer Figure

Worldwide: 157.24 Crore Gross

Week 3:
Friday : 1.31 Crore
Saturday: 1.77 Crore
Sunday: 3.07 Crore
Monday: 94 lacs
Tuesday: 89 lacs
Wednesday:  83 lacs
Thursday: 80 Lacs

It has been affected due to loss of screens to Humshakals in week 3

Breakup Week 2
Trade Figure:
Thursday: 2.69 Crore
Wednesday: 2.73 Crore
Tuesday: 2.77 Crore
Monday: 3.12 Crore

Sunday: 8.63 Crore
Saturday: 6.34 Crore
Friday: 4.57 Crore

First Week 
Trade Figure: 66.33 Crore
India Producer Figure: 68.63 Crore

Holiday  had the highest 2nd week of 2014 ahead of Jai Ho & 2 states. It is set to hit 100 crores though it may be affected by Humshakals

Holiday also has 11th Highest Second week of all time

Overseas (Seveteen Days): $3.43 Million (21.43 Crore Gross)

In overseas it was good in Pakistan and UAE but was weak elsewhere

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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  1. 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.