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Box Office Collections: Bollywood 2013

Detailed box office collections of Bollywood movies in 2013. Bookmark this page and keep visiting for all the updates. Box Office Collections – June 2013 Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 – Has opened well in North India. East Punjab and Delhi/UP circuit witnessed a good turnout for the morning and noon shows. Rest of India was slightly below the mark, as the film was a sequel to one of the most successful films of 2011. The super-success of last week’s release Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani has also meant that the Deol starrer has been allotted fewer screens at multiplexes. Box Office Collections – May 2013 May 3: Sanjay Gupta’s gangster film Shootout At Wadala opened well, and did reasonably good business inMaharashtra. Revenue from non-theatrical sources like Satellite and music rights, ensured that the producers didn’t lose money, in fact they made a decent profit. Theatrically, average grosser as a few distributors lost money. The other release this week was Bombay Talkies – made to celebrate 100 years of Indian Cinema. May 10: Saif Ali Khan’s Go Goa Gone opened on limited screens (1150) and did well in select cities. Even though the film was made on a medium budget, recovery proved to be difficult. The word-of-mouth was good, but the film couldn’t sustain in it’s second weekend. May 17: Yashraj Films’ Aurangzeb, second film of Arjun Kapoor, released on 1200 screens. The film couldn’t recreate the magic of Arjun’s first film Ishaqzaade. Average. May 24: Preity Zinta’s comeback film Ishkq In Paris was the only major release this week. The film was a non-starter at the box office and one of the biggest disasters of 2013. May 31: All eyes were on Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone’s Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and the film more than lived upto it’s humongous expectations. The romcom collected Rs19.5 crore on Friday, 20 crore on Saturday and 22.5 crore on Sunday – the growth in business over the weekend was phenomenal. With fantastic collections on Monday, the film will be the biggest grosser of 2013 by the end of Week 1. Massive hit. Box Office Collections – April 2013 Apr 5: No star value, David Dhawan’s first outing after the ‘Rascals debacle’ – yet Chashme Baddoor opened well at the box office and collected 5 crores on it’s opening day. The reports are MUCH better than last week’s release Himmatwala. Apr 12: Both Commando and Nautanki Saala opened slow, but picked up as the day progressed. Commando opened well at single-screens, while Ayushman Khurana’s Nautanki took a decent opening at multiplexes. Both films have been made on a low budget. April 19: Solo-release this week – Ek Thi Daayan which didn’t open well at the box office. While the critics have the film a thumbs up, the film didn’t fare well at places where Emraan Hashmi films open well. To give credit where it’s due, the film wasn’t really a typical Bollywood horror film. The promos clearly didn’t have any mass appeal and the film was below-the-mark at plexes. Overall, the producers will recover their investment. AVERAGE. April 26: One Hindi release (Aashiqui 2) and one major Hollywood film (Iron Man 3). The latter opened better, but Aashiqui 2 exceeded expectations on it’s opening day collecting 5.75 crore. The film then had a historic run at the box office, collecting 78 crore at the domestic box office. BLOCKBUSTER. Box Office Collections – March 2013 Mar 1: The two major movies a week trend continues with the release of Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘The Attacks Of 26/11’ and John Abraham’s I Me Aur Main. Both open poorly and have little or no growth over the weekend. As expected, both movies ‘FLOP’ at the box office.