Heropanti Seventh Day Box Office Response
Recently released Sabbir Khan directed film Heropanti that features two new comers Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon opened well at the box office. While reviews and audience’s word of mouth for the film has been pretty good, we decided to look whether the collections reflect the same. Surprisingly, the film comes in at a stunning sixth position among the highest opening grosser of this year 2014. With this ranking Heropanti has out beaten the collections of Yaariyaan, Farhan Akhtar – Vidya Balan starrer Shaadi Ke Side Effects and Hasee Toh Phasee. Moreover, it would be called as success of debut stars/actors (Tiger Shroff & Kriti Sanon) that they proved their presence in Bollywood Industry. However, the movie is released along with Kochadaiiyaan (Tamil movie) and Manam (Telugu Movie) as both South Indian movies starring famous actors in lead roles. Moreover, regarding Overseas Business, Heropanti has beaten by both of the South Indian Films. But still the movie is receiving great response on Domestic Box Office although occupancy of Heropanti is about 30-40% on screens.
Heropanti First Week Total Collection
Heropanti is running good but as box office earning of Heropanti is quite lower than Kochadaiiyaan and first week total business done by Kochadaiiyaan is higher than Heropanti and all other movies including all 6 languages. Also, latest Telugu movie Manam is leading Overseas Box Office. 1 Week total trade of Heropanti is quite good and positive with total figure of 35.91 Crores and adding up the 7th day collection figure, today Thursday has brought 3.12 Crores to this aggregate. So Heropanti has got enough competition from all the co releases either domestically or on overseas basis. However, X-Men: Days of Future Past first Week Collection in India is slower than Heropanti but still it is gazing much response from audience as the weekend is approaching.
Heropanti 1st Week Report
- Friday Collection- 6.63 Cr
- Saturday Collection- 6.42 Cr
- Sunday Collection- 8.28 Cr
- Monday Collection- 4.26 Cr
- Tuesday Collection- 3.79 Cr
- Wednesday Collection- 3.41 Cr
- Thursday Collection- 3.12 Cr
- Total- 35.91 Cr