Raees vs Kaabil 5th Day Box Office Collection, First Weekend Comparison brought Rs 98.40 Crores and 70.08 Crores in 5 Days
Raees 5th Day vs Kaabil 5th Day Box Office Collection ends their first Weekend at Indian theatres taking its total 5 Days Domestic Business of India until Tuesday. Shahrukh Khan vs Hrithik Roshan flicks is performing by giving their best at Indian counters. Both the movies are earning huge income where Hrithik Roshan’s starrer is running behind Raees.
SRK starrer has collected a domestic Net income of Rs 75.44 Crores and 104.78 Crores Gross till yesterday from India. Now looking at today’s occupancy, both the films seem to have higher occupancy rate and a huge number of crowd seen outside theatres. SRK film has made 45.63 Crores in overseas countries, some territories yet to report. Now calculating Gross Worldwide business it stands at Gross 150.41 Crores whereas Hrithik Roshan starrer makes a net business 52.41 Crores in India while Gross 72.79 Crores including overseas 25+ Crores takings its Worldwide Gross 97.79 Crores, near to 100 Crores.
Coming on to Day 5 Business, Raees 5th day Collection made Rs 17.80 Crores on Sunday while Rs 15.05 crores nett are brought by Kaabil Movie [early estimates]. Now, this takes both Movies Raees vs Kaabil 5 Days Collection stands at Rs 93.24 Crores and 67.46 Crores respectively.
Looking at previous clashes, be it SRK’s Dilwale v/s Ranveer Singh’s Bajirao Mastani clash or Mohenjo Daro vs Rustom, it will be later on decided which emerged as a much bigger winner. On the other hand the last big clash between Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Shivaay, it was estimated that Shivaay Movie will be emerged as the winner after some days but finally ADHM Movie win by collecting lifetime 112.48 Crores.
Note: * Final numbers awaited
#Kaabil – Sunday – 15.05 cr. Total so far: 67.46 cr (with 40% screens)
All eyes on the weekdays now!
— Joginder Tuteja (@Tutejajoginder) January 30, 2017
#Raees Wed 20.42 cr, Thu 26.30 cr, Fri 13.11 cr, Sat 15.61 cr, Sun 17.80 cr. Total: ₹ 93.24 cr. India biz… Weekdays are crucial!
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 30, 2017