‘Tamasha’ has become 13th highest grosser of 2015!
Last week released Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone starrer romantic drama movie Tamasha is not getting much audience in its second week. But still getting average business figures at box office and has become the 13th highest grosser Bollywood movie of the year so far. In its first week, it showed commendable performance but not as per the earlier expectations. Tamasha had very high hype among audience before the release but after the negative reactions from audience, that hype got melted down within 2-3 days of release. Bollywood critics have also not reviewed it with favorable comments but due to star power and their appreciable performances this movie has managed to gross reputed business total.
Tamasha is also marked as the most successful movie of actor Ranbir Kapoor in 2015. The year has not come out in much favor to him, as his last two movies Roy & Bombay Velvet were flop. As per critics, the collection of Tamasha is not very good as compare to its star power. The movie is liked by only a small section of audience, rest all have rejected it. Anyways the support of fans has dragged it to the safe side and added it in the list of successful Hindi movies.
In the opening week, Tamasha was reported the total collection 53.46 crores from 2100 Indian screens, that includes 38.23 crores of weekend & 15.23 crores of weekdays. Now it is running in the second week and had collected total amount of 7.77 crores as it 2nd weekend collection, that comprised of 1.72 crore of Friday, 2.84 crores of Saturday & 3.21 crores of Sunday. Till the end of its 10th day, total collection of the movie was recorded as 61.23 crores.
Now once again, it has entered in weekdays and getting very less occupancy in theaters. On its 2nd Monday, it was minted the amount of 1.45 crore* with a drop of more than 60% than previous day. On Tuesday, it faced more drop and recorded the amount of 1.20 crore* as its 12th day collection on Indian screens, made its total domestic collection to 63.88 crores*.