Box Office Update of all new releases this week

With older releasing like Bhaag Milkha Bhaag still continuing to rule the roost, Tusshar Kapoor’s Bajatey Raho was by far the best received film this week. The film has collected around 1.25 crore net on its opening day.

The other releases this week were non-starters, with several shows at multiplexes cancelled during to zero turn-out. Poonam Pandey’s Nasha did well in a couple of territories due to its ‘sex content’, although the business was below the 1 crore mark.

Of all the 4 or 5 releases this week (excluding Hollywood release Wolverine, which did reasonably well, even though the business was lower than most Hollywood blockbusters), Isaaq was the worst-hit with plenty of shows cancelled. Again, all-India collections were below 1 crore.

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is almost certain to cross the 100 crore mark, as the film was rock-steady in Week 3. The film’s 15th day business is around 2 crores, taking its total to around 81 crores.

Last week’s two releases – Ramaiya Vastaiya remained steady in a few centres, but dropped elsewhere. D-Day looked promising initially, but should finish well below the 30 crore mark.



  • Honestly I’m very happy. Today BMB has crossed paresh rawal starer Oh My God! But being a paresh rawal fan I’m not angry or sad.

  • With Issaq it is almost curtains down for Prateik Babbar.

    With whatever i seen of him in the media, the guy looks totally non-serious about his career, and just some kinda playboy personality.

    May be he was too pampered and got things very easily, like Sonam Kapoor, and hence both never looked any bit of achieving something or any efforts that would stand out in their movies.

    Both should sit back and look at their parents and how they struggled to reach the top, and realise that nothing comes easy in life and may be then they start putting some serious efforts in their roles.

  • @JC
    sahi kaha yaar…mujhe b aisa hi lagta he..
    pratik ko ranveer singh se kuch sikhna chahiye…
    how to promote movies, stage shows, interviews

  • @JC, I agree with the point you made, but I wouldn’t yet put Sonam in that catagory. I know its fashionable these days to bash Sonam, but I watched Ranjhana, Mausam and even Dilli 6 and I could feel that she had put in a lot of hard work in her acting. She has scope of learning more but atleast she lis improving unlike Prateik who is getting worse after looking promising initially…

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