Dilwale Box Office Collections
8.24 Crore nett Trade Figure .India
Check Dilwale 6th Day Collections here
84.6 crore nett Producer Figure .India.
As per Producers Dilwale is ahead of Bajirao Mastani but as per trade it is opposite
On Tuesday Dilwale was again down from Monday by around 13-14% which is an average trend for most movies.
Dilwale however continues to be lower than Bajirao Mastani
Multiplexes were down the most as they are shifting screens to Bajirao Mastani and that is also the preferred movie for multiplexes.
Dilwale has strongest hold in East India ( Bihar, West bengal) and Andhra in rest of India it is falling.
Dilwale has suffered the most from the clash as Families and class audiences chose Bajirao Mastani which meant that multiplexes favored Bajirao Mastani.
Single screens continue to be good for Dilwale but they tend to have lower ticket prices and hence lower collections.
Producers have already made their profits but its distributors who are disappointed by Dilwale’s performance.
10.09 Crore nett Producer Figure .India.
9.58 Crore nett Trade Figure .India
$8.5 Million or Rs 56.38 Crores
142.14 Crores gross ( Weekend)
24 Crore nett Producer Figure .India.
23.03 crore nett Trade Figure .India.
20.09 Crores nett Producer Figure India
20.04 crore nett Trade Figure .India.
41.02 Crore nett Trade Figure .India
41.09 crore nett Trade Figure .India.
Thursday + Friday: 3.4 Million or Rs 22.61 Crores gross
21 Crores nett Producer Figure India
20.98 Crores nett Trade Figure .India.
Weekdays will tell the real story for Dilwale.
Dilwale had the second highest opening weekend of 2015 in overseas see the breakup on the link
Dilwale Opening Weekend Records
First Weekend collections are also the 10th highest opening weekend of All time
This is also the 3rd highest opening weekend number for a Shahrukh Khan movie after Happy New year and Chennai Express
Dilwale Opening Day Records
1.) Dilwale has collected 21-22 Crores as per Trade Figure estimates which is the 3rd highest of 2015 behind Prem Ratan Dhan Payo and Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
2.) Dilwale is 12th Highest Opening day of All time
3.) Dilwale is Shahrukh Khan’s 3rd Highest opening day in his career behind Happy New year and Chennai Express
4.) Dilwale is highest ever opening day for Varun Dhawan in his career
Dilwale Trade Expectations
Friday 24 Crore
2600-2700 as per trade sources while producers claim 3000 screens
This is a highly discputed number as both Dilwale and Bajirao mastani are claiming a 3000 screen count in India which cannot be possible as total India screen counts are lower.
Total: 110 Crores Without Shahrukh Khan’s Salary
Production Cost: 85 Crores
Prints and Advertising cost 25 Crores
Shahrukh Khan’s salary is usually in 50 crores range but as it is his own production he has not taken any salary for the movie since the profits would be his own
Dilwale Box Office Verdict:
160 Crore – Hit
190 Crore – Superhit
225 Crore – Blockbuster
Dilwale Hit Ya Flop Economics:
Red Chillies Entertainment is itself distributing Dilwale and has sold the all India theatrical rights of Dilwale for Rs 130 Crores to individual distributors by territory.
Actual Hit or flop would be decided at India theatrical cost so we would take this number for Hit or Flop
Music Rights have been sold to Sony for Rs 15 Crore
Overseas Rights have been sold at 40 Crores Minimum Gurantee and an overflow if overseas crosses a certain number.
Sattelite Rights have a box office performance clause and should fetch 45 crores if the movie crosses 200 crores at box office.
On a Production House basis 120 crores profit will come to red chillies if movie performs as per expectations and hits 200 crores
Here is the Dilwale Theatrical Trailer
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