Bang Bang box office collection: Rs 134.47 cr in four days in IndiaNew Delhi: It's raining money at box office for Bang Bang and within four days of its release, the Hrithik-Katrina starrer has minted Rs 94.13 cr nett in India while the gross figure goes to
New Delhi: It's raining money at box office for Bang Bang and within four days of its release, the Hrithik-Katrina starrer has minted Rs 94.13 cr nett in India while the gross figure goes to Rs 134.47 cr.
The Sidharth Anand directorial on Sunday witnessed an up rise of 12 % from its Saturday's collection. The action drama of its fourth day collected Rs 22.41 cr nett, as mentioned by Fox Star Hindi.
“#BangBangMovie update : Collects 22.41 cr nett on Sunday. Totals 94.13 cr. (134.47 cr gross) in India over 4 days”, tweets Fox.
With this, the movie has left behind the lifetime collection of Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania (Rs 76.81 cr), Gunday (Rs 76.55 cr) and Entertainment (Rs 72.50 cr) to become the seventh biggest grosser of the year.
The four days collection of Ajay Devgn starrer ‘Singham Retuns' too stands less in comparison to Bang Bang. Rohit Shetty's directorial garnered Rs 92.47 cr nett in India within the same time period.
But this year's Salman Khan's ‘Kick' is racing ahead with its four days collection of Rs 98.14 cr. On the other hand Dhoom 3 (Rs 129.32)is still reigning at box office and in followed by Hrithik's Krrish 3 (Rs 108 cr) and Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express (Rs 113.04 cr).
Today is the last day of the extended weekend and looking at the trends the flick should manage around Rs 20 cr to march into Rs 100 cr club. Bang worldwide gross collection stands at Rs 175.6 cr including Rs 41.14 cr from overseas market.
“#BangBangMovie update: 175 .6 cr gross worldwide in 4 days. 41.14 cr in overseas over the weekend - highest opener of 2014”, confirms Fox Star.
Its companion Haider, on the other hand has shown a stable collection on Sunday collecting Rs 7 cr in India. Being critically acclaimed all over, Haider starring Shahid Kapoor is facing opposition from several religious groups who are demanding a ban on its screening.
But the good thing is that despite all this, the movie is getting acceptability and the shows are running houseful in almost all the circuits. The movie has recovered its production cost of Rs 24 cr as stated by its makers and would continue to have a smooth run in the coming week too.