Rate: Salman Khan’s Veer

Veer released last weekend to a mixed response – The critics thrashed it, movie goers in smaller cities, towns, villages have loved every bit of it while the response at the multiplexes hasn’t been too great.

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  • Disappointing!

    – By Taran Adarsh, January 26, 2010 – 10:54 IST

    The keenly awaited VEER hasn’t found flavour in the three major international markets – U.K., U.S.A. and Australia. Given the massive screen count and the scale of the movie, the film should have had at least £ 2,75,000 to £ 3,00,000 opening weekend in U.K. Similarly, the film should have opened anywhere between $ 7,50,000 to $ 1 million in its opening weekend the U.S. Australia is also dull. A comparative study of major Hindi films in U.K. and U.S.A. is listed below. The combined total from these three markets at the end of its opening weekend stands at [approx.] less than Rs. 3 crores.

    Weekend: January 22 – 24, 2009.


    VEER has debuted at No. 15 position. In its opening weekend, the film has collected £ 1,48,423 [approx. Rs. 1.11 crores] on 46 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 3,227.


    3 IDIOTS [last weekend: No. 17, this weekend: No. 17]: In its fifth weekend, the film has collected £ 80,204 on 35 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 2,292. Total: £ 16,88,487 [approx. Rs. 12.58 crores].

  • Disappointing!

    – By Taran Adarsh, January 26, 2010 – 10:54 IST


    VEER has debuted at No. 24 position. In its opening weekend, the film has collected $ 3,34,562 [approx. Rs. 1.54 crores] on 92 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 3,637.


    3 IDIOTS [last weekend: No. 25, this weekend: No. 29]: In its fifth weekend, the film has collected $ 1,48,745 on 82 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 1,814. Total: $ 62,96,784 [approx. Rs. 28.94 crores].

  • Veer Drops On Monday

    Tuesday 26th January 2010 10.30 IST

    Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network

    Veer dropped on Monday as it recorded business in the 3-3.25 crore nett range. The drop is around 55% from Friday and Sunday collections.

    The film has now taken its four day collections to just over 22.50 crore nett. Veer has been rejected by the metro multiplex audience as collections started on a low note and have not improved. Multiplexes outside metroes are okay but its single screen business that is really helping the film put up decent totals.

    The film has a big advantage as it is Republic Day holiday today and a jump in business is expected which will help the film to a total of 31-32 crore nett for the first week.

  • Veer Is Dull In International Markets

    Tuesday 26th January 2010 09.00 IST

    Boxofficeindia.Com Trade Network

    Veer is dull overseas with around 5 crore business in the the International markets. United Kingdom grossed 1.10 crore while North America was 1.50 crore. The response in Middle East and Pakistan is reportedly better. Overall the film will not be doing much business overseas.

    Three Idiots is still bringing in the cash in its fifth week. The business is now $15.25 million dollars which is around 70 crore. North America should finish at around $6.5 million while United Kingdom around the £1.8 million.

  • Abhishek beats Akshay and Salman!

    Abhishek Bachchan could well fancy a career as a TV host, now that he has had a Bingo debut. According to overnight TV audience, ratings for the actor’s National Bingo Night’s first episode (3.5%) have surpassed those of the first episode of Akshay Kumar’s debut Khatron Ke Khiladi season 1 (1.67%) and Salman Khan’s Dus Ka Dum season 1 (2.54%).

  • @Amish we should call abhishek bachan (Parche bachan) coz he is third class actor but every year win awards now became tv host and suddenly stood at top how is it people.Two possibilities either all industry and awards are under control of bachans or people of india are completely freaks.

  • Hi prity

    Its uk+usa+aus 5 crore

    Pak and uae doing good business but nt idea about exact amount in one blog it mentioned 4 crore
    but not confirmed.

    uk+usa+aus confirmed

  • to be very honest veer is not a good movie it is just an average.
    but it will be above average or hit in some places only because of the fans of salman khan,otherwise it is a below average movie.

  • Piyush Raizada, director of Delite Cinema that upgraded itself into a two-screener, however, claims that movie is doing good business.

    “Veer is doing very well and the collections are fantastic considering it’s a long weekend,” said Raizada.

  • Business Talk With Taran Adarsh

    Will it recover its huge costs?

    January 27, 2010 – 08:17 IST
    First WANTED. Now VEER. Some commonalities first…
    Like WANTED, VEER had an excellent start at single screens.

    Like WANTED, VEER performed poorly at plexes.

    ike WANTED, VEER failed to take off in the international markets.

    Now some dissimilarities between WANTED and VEER…
    WANTED enjoyed extremely positive reports and grew from strength to strength with each passing day. Saturday was better than Friday, while Sunday was better than Saturday and Monday was better than Sunday. VEER showed a drop on Saturday and a drastic drop on Monday. While Tuesday [26th January; Republic Day holiday] was good, I foresee a heavy drop on Wednesday and Thursday.

    WANTED was released during the Eid festivities and the dream run spilled over to its second weekend [no major opposition] and also third weekend [2nd October; Gandhi Jayanti holiday]. VEER has found appreciation amongst the single screen section, but that’s not enough. Plus, there’s no holiday in its second weekend. Instead, it has two major oppositions to compete with [RANN and ISHQIYA].

    Any film that carries the burden of a heavy price tag ought to have long legs, ought to work wonders at plexes and single screens both and also fetch great returns from key international markets. The revenue from plexes is poor and I foresee the multiplexes giving preference to RANN and ISHQIYA, since VEER hasn’t worked at plexes. As for the international market, the revenue generated from U.K., U.S.A. and Australia is dull.

    Ideally, VEER should’ve collected at least Rs. 24 cr. to Rs. 27 cr. in its opening weekend [it collected approx. Rs. 19 cr. to Rs. 20 cr.] in India, while Week 1 should close at approx. Rs. 30 cr. to Rs. 32 cr., as per estimates. The revenue boost from plexes is clearly missing here. Assuming that Week 1 closes at approx. Rs. 31 cr., the distributors go home with a share of approx. Rs. 18 cr. to Rs. 20 cr., in view of the fact that the share from single screens are much higher.

    Of course, Week 2 plays a crucial role now. However, two factors go against the film. One, the word of mouth isn’t mind-boggling. Two, the exorbitant price tag [Rs. 70 cr.]. Let’s not forget, it’s not the film, but the price that fails!

  • @Malik Every one have different mind i hate movies like (Paa,APGK) but people liked it so much.SO doesnt mean its not good movies.I love this movie veer coz love to watch warrior type movies.

  • Veer recorded huge collections on Tuesday which was Republic Day holiday. The film grossed around 6.25 crore nett as per early estimates which takes it five day business to nearly 29 crore nett. The collections on Tuesday are the second highest ever for a Tuesday after Three Idiots but is must be noted that Veer did the business on a major holiday.
    The film has benefited hugely from Republic Day holiday as the collections are double of what they would have been if it was a normal day.
    The film is now heading for a 33 crore nett plus total and a distributor share of over 20 crore. Normally films post large drops after a big holiday so if Veer can stay around its Monday range on Wednesday and Thursday that will a good sign for its second weekend.

  • Amish:
    taran to budget and DS ki aur hi kahani suna raha hai us ke matabik 70 cr to sirf budget hai jo recover karna hai.
    ab batao sahi baat kia hai kitna earn karne pe movie hit mani jae gi ?

  • Adii: listen u guys.. u don’t know how to value good movies.. and I don’t know how much the critics gave their rating to the movie Asoka.. but it was a well made movie with a good direction and cinematography, with good story and songs, with good performance by Shahrukh & Karina ( and Karina was soooo beautiful in this movie.. very natural beauty) Shahrukh knows how to select his movies and it was his home production.. we, all the members in the family enjoyed Asoka, and I saw it 4 times, except the comedy scenes with Dany.. that’s what I didn’t like in the movie.. I still can’t judge Veer coz I didn’t see it all but I’m sure of this direction’s work.

    Last night Taran interviewed Salman.. and Salman was so unhappy coz he (knew) that the movie wl not work at the box office.. I’ve never seen Salman khan this way! anyways it’s his fault.. why did he put his dream project in the hands of a stupid director?!!! haha.. I’d recommend that u all watch his movie Gadar again and see the bad direction ( the script was good.. maybe same as Veer, but the direction was bad)

    Amisha and her mom in a conversation on the phone.. in the movie Gadar:

    Mom: Sakoooooo…. Sakoooooooo (and crying because she missed her daughter)
    Amisha: Ammyyyyyyyy.. Ammyyyyyyyyy and there was a pause.. again the same repeated ( with a poor acting by Amisha)

    Mom: Sakkoooooooo….. Sakkoooooooo
    Amisha: Amyyyyyyyyy… Ammyyyyyyy ( and again for the 3rd time.. hahahhaha)

    What a crap movie.. the director of Gadar must be hanged or dismissed from bollywood.. but this movie did well in that period.. and the reason: probably it was the only movie in the cinema in those days.. or because of the bad taste by the audience.. what the critics said about it? I have no idea!! we can’t believe the reviewers also now.. after reading (myself) on bollywood hungama that Taran Adarsh gave the movie Karzzzz 4/5!!

  • SALAAM 2sallu fans and all

    Veer grossed Rs. 22 crore nett in India in its first four days. It is expected to gross nett Rs. 35 crore within its first week of release.

    Box office
    Veer grossed Rs. 22 crore nett in India in its first four days. It is expected to gross nett Rs. 35 crore within its first week of release.[10] Veer has performed poorly overseas with around Rs. 5 crore business in the international markets. In the United Kingdom it grossed Rs. 1.10 crore, while in North America its take was Rs. 1.50 crore. The response in the Middle East and Pakistan is reportedly better. Overall, the film will not be doing much business overseas

  • Hi. this is very fantastic movie in 2010 . i never seen salman play this type of role and very good acting and mithun also done very and i m saying there is no comparesion to katina wit zareen and i hope the bollywood be taking to this film in to oscar award .my best compliment’s to salman khan .

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