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Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Three Weeks Box Office Collection: Big Crash

Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Box Office

Kapil Sharma’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon  had a big crash in week 2  and week 3 at India box office.
Week 3: 
0.73 Crore nett Trade Figure
0.73 Crore Producer Figure

44.8 Crore nett Trade Figure  

49.33 Crore nett Producer Figure

Week 2:
3.56 Crore nett Trade Figure
5.1 Crore Producer Figure

On week 2 Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon had a big fall as Singh is Bliing took away most of the screens.


First Week Box Office Collections of Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon are 12th Highest of 2015. are 39.01 Crore

First Week Box Office numbers are ahead of movies like Badlapur and Roy while just below that of Drishyam

Budget: 20 Crores

Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is a solid Hit with all the entire production budget and all the marketing cost having been  recovered only from India theatrical distributor share of first week only.

The release of Singh is Bliing has however stopped Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon as it has lost most of its screens and shows.

The Films did its best business in Punajb, Delhi,UP,Rajasthan, Bihar and Gujarat.

MP along with Maharashtraa which is the biggest hindi movie market was average.

Down South  (Andhra, Karnatka) and in East (West Bengal) Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon  really struggled.

 $1.2 Million or Rs 7.92 Crores gross in its first weekend

In overseas Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon was only able to perform well in UAE and GCC where it was exceptional while rest of the markets remained dull.

In overseas this movie is the 12th highest opening weekend of 2015.

Day Wise Breakup:
Day 1:
10.15 Crore nett Producer Figure
9.05 Crore  nett Trade Figure

Day 2:
8.6 Crore nett Producer Figure

7.42 Crores nett Trade Figure

Day 3:
8.72 Crore nett Trade Figure
10.06 Crore  nett Producer Figure

Day 4:
4.48 Crore nett Trade Figure
4.5  Crore  nett Producer Figure

Day 5:
3.71 Crore nett Trade Figure
3.81 Crore  nett Producer Figure

Day 6:
3.11 Crore nett Trade Figure
3.45 Crore  nett Producer Figure

Day 7:
2.52 Crore nett Trade Figure
2.93 Crore nett Producer 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..

Distributor Share for the movie has already reached 12.5 Crores in 3 days giving them profits

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.