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'Brothers' box-office: Akshay Kumar-Sidharth Malhotra starrer collects about Rs 70.63 crore in 11 days


'Brothers' box-office: Akshay Kumar-Sidharth Malhotra starrer collects about Rs 70.63 crore in 11 days
Karan Johar's Brothers opened to a decent response at the box-office. 

It has registered the third best opening of the year and managed to clock in a substantial Rs 13.50 crore.

The average occupancy on its first day was in the range of 35 per cent. Brothers is the third biggest opening of the year after Bajrangi Bhaijaan andABCD2. The Independence Day holiday helped the film's prospects at the ticket windows as it earned Rs. 21.25 crore nett on the second day. However there was a steep drop on the third day when the collections fell down to Rs 15 crore nett. A drop in collections following a national holiday is not surprising. But what is surprising over here is that the day following the national holiday was a Sunday, when numbers shouldn't have fallen so much. With that, Brothers made around Rs 47.75 crore over its opening weekend.

Even the business in the overseas territory, though decent, is nothing to rave about considering the mammoth budget of the film. According to report on Boxofficeindia.com, the business was better in Gulf and Pakistan but comparatively weak in US ($4,00,000) and UK (£175,000), possibly because its a remake of the English film Warrior. The film has earned $2.25 million from the overseas market, so far.

The collections dropped drastically on Monday when the film barely managed to earn Rs 5.25 crore. The collections further fell on Tuesday by around 10% when the film managed to earn Rs 4.8 crore. In its first week, Brothers just managed to earn Rs 67.75 crore.

As the film entered its second week, despite no big competition at the box-office (both All is Welland Manjhi The Mountain Man have fared poorly at the box-office), the film just managed to earn Rs 1.25 crore on day 8. As compared to its first day collection, the business has dropped by 90%.

With the way in which the business of Brothers is shaping up, it stands no chance to even do the lifetime business of Akshay Kumar's previous releases like Gabbar is Back and Holiday. The business is not great in overseas market either and, apparently, films like these do not have a big market on TV. So for a film like Brothers costing over Rs 100 crore, the business is certainly below average.

According to a report on Boxofficeindia.com, Brothers grossed Rs 5.25 crore nett in its second weekend. The film managed Rs 80 lakh on its second Monday and its total now stands at Rs 70.63 crore (approx.).

Day 1Rs 13.5 crore nett
Day 2Rs 21.25 crore nett
Day 3Rs 15 crore nett
Day 4Rs 5.25 crore nett
Day 5Rs 4.8 crore nett
Week 1Rs 67.75 crore nett
Day 8Rs 1.25 crore nett
Day 9Rs 1.75 crore nett
Day 10Rs 2.25 crore nett
Day 11Rs 0.8 crore nett
TotalRs 70.63 crore nett
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