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Haider Two Days Box Office Collection: Grows on Friday

Haider Box Office:  Buzz Expectations Hype

Day 2 Collection:
6.93 Crore (Producer Figure)
6.83 Crore (Trade Figure)

Two Days Total:
13.07 Crore (Producer Figure)
12.21 Crore (Trade Figure)

Haider is showing good trend with a growth of around 20% on its second day.

Haider Day 1 Collection: 
5.38 Crore (Trade Figure)
6.14 Crore (Producer Figure)

From a Limited release Haider has done well.

This is Shahid Kapoor’s 2nd Highest opener ever behind R Rajkumar

Opening day Collection of Haider are 16th Highest of 2014 and just ahead of Finding Fanny.

Haider did well across Mumbai,Pune , Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Hyderabad

Across small towns and interiors of India Haider had low collections

Haider is however completely dependent on the content of the movie

Haider is riding against huge odds and Disney has confirmed that they are aiming for a 1100 screens opening for Haider

In Multiplexes they are trying to ensure that shows distribution is 60: 40 with Bang Bang getting 60% shows and Haider getting 40% but multiplex programmers are likely to go  for a 70 to 30 ratio

Vishal Bharadwaj has stated publicly that production budget for Haider is only Rs 24-25 Crore with both Shahid and Vishal not taking any fees for the movie and instead going for profit sharing.
This should mean that with prints and advertising the total budget would be 35-40 Crore or less than third of Bang Bang

Haider Buzz:
Haider has its separate set of audiences to which this movie would appeal. Also haider will get the benefit of 5 day extended holiday weekend and no opposition for 3 weeks which gives it a very good chance of a success if the content is good

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  1. 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(s).