|Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon|
Kapil Sharma’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon had a decent Saturday at India box office.
8.6 Crore nett Producer Figure
18.75 Crore nett Producer Figure
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On Saturday Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon was down around 15% from its Friday levels as Friday was a Bakrid Holiday.
This is very good for this low budgeted movie and the movie will be profitable in its first weekend itself.
How big a hit this movie is will be determined by the weekdays and its second week when it will face a big competition with Akshay Kumar’s Singh is Bliing.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon has completely exceeded the expectations that trade had from the movie and has given Kapil Sharma an opening into Bollywood.
On its second day Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon had a slight drop in Punjab, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh as the holiday effect got over but these areas still remain the stronghold.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon has however failed to make a mark in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh , Karnataka.
The biggest aspect is that the movie has not gone through any corporate studio but has completely been sold the traditional way.
First Day Box Office Collection:
10.15 Crore nett Producer Figure
9.05 Crore nett Trade Figure
1.) Opening Day was the highest opening day ever for a movie starring newcomers in bollywood
1500-1600 Pan India.
Budget: 20 Crores
Production Cost : 12 Crores and Prints and Advertising Costs 8 Crores
Low Salaries since all are newcomers have helped the movie control costs.
Producers have already recovered their investment in the movie by using old style distribution methods instead of selling the movie to a corporate studio.
Producers Venus Ratan Jain have sold the India Theatrical rights at a minimum guarantee of 8 Crores to Vashu Bhagnani.
Main Distributors have already sold the movie to smaller regional distributors based on the cracking promo and have already given an overflow profit to the producers .
Producers have also got deals for overseas rights, music and satellite for Rs 12 Crores and have completely recovered their investment.