Baar Baar Dekho & Freaky Ali 6th Day Box Office Collections are seen with maintaining its performance after showing slight jump on Tuesday. Both the movies shows a a hike in its business on 5th Day where Sidharth Malhotra starrer earns Rs 2.75 crore [18% hike] compared to Day 4 Rs 2.37 crores & Freaky Ali marks 1.75 crores [20% hike] compared to first Monday income Rs 1.50 crore.
Baar Baar Dekho vs Freaky Ali 6th Day Collection [Wednesday] Maintains Performance
Today’s business states that Nitya Mehra directorial is seen with a occupancy of 25-30% across India where multiplexes are seen with average audiences while single screen theatres brings most of the business for Wednesday
While another opponent film of Nawazuddin Siddiqui brought 22-28% occupancy rate from total 1200 Indian screens.
Baar Baar Dekho 6th day box office collection is not seen with growth like yesterday but a slight drop grossing Rs 2.51 crores* on Wednesday takings its total six days business at Rs 28.79 crores.
It earned 9.46 crores from overseas takings its total global income at Rs 38.25 crores. That means the movies still needs around 11.75 crore approx. income to recover its budget amount of 50 crore from box office.
Sohail Khan Starrer “Freaky Ali” first Wednesday box office collection brought Rs 1.58 crores*. The movie is seen with much less fall and raked its total 6 days business at Rs 13.33 crores* & 53 lakhs in weekend from foreign countries. The total business stands till now is Rs 13.86 crores*.
This movie is made in a budget of 19 crores including Print, Advertising and production cost. So, it requires around 5.14 crore business from global box office to recover its total budget and then earn a pure profit.
Note: * mark are approx. income, replaced soon with official ones.
Both the film has not recovered their invested amount yet from cinema counters and need an approx. 25-30% more earning.
#BaarBaarDekho Fri 6.81 cr, Sat 7.65 cr, Sun 6.70 cr, Mon 2.37 cr, Tue 2.75 cr. Total: ₹ 26.28 cr. India biz.
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