Holiday Box Office Report
Latest movie of great Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar from many times – Holiday had all the records and names in its account in total one month journey at the box office. The Khiladi Kumar was back again in the industry after a good gap through this film and received many appreciation and accolades for the same. Akshay took a little break and refreshed himself but now he made a totally fresh return with his recent blockbuster movie Holiday: A Soldier is Never off Duty which is an action thriller in which he was paired opposite Sonakshi Sinha. Akshay and Sonakshi previously have done many popular movies together like Rowdy Rathore, Joker and Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobara as the main leads and among all these only Rowdy Rathore was successful. But now the list has added one more name Holiday to it. Holiday was released last month on 6 June with much hypes and promotions and finally after a mixture of failure and success, Akshay again became one of the superstars of our Bollywood film industry.
Holiday Total Box Office Collection till now
The film opened outstandingly on its first day of release and from that day it did not stopped its powerful pace till the 2 weeks ended. In its third week, the comedy movie Humshakals got released which affected Holiday business quite much but it was the Ek Villain exactly which took Holiday out from the race. It was good luck to say or good timing of release, that holiday released three weeks before Ek Villain and this is the main time when it collected all of its income on the concluding note. Holiday in total 1 month surpassed all the records of Bollywood highest grosser of this year and stands at top right position. Now the film is still running in some screens and having bit income. Today is the 32nd day of release for the film and even today it made some earning made Total Box Office Collection of Holiday till today is 112.45 Crores which is highest among all the movies of this year till now.
Fifth Monday Collection- 3 Lacs
Total Business in India- 112.45 Cr (Highest Grosser Movie of Year 2014)