X Men: Days of Future Past 7th Day Collection- 1st Week Total India Business

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X MEN- Days of Future Past Seventh Day Box Office Response

After a successful opening and brilliant first weekend performance on the big screen, the Hollywood biggie X Men: Days of Future Past has now completed its 1st week journey at the box office. The morning shows on Thursday opened decently well in places like Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore , Kolkata etc  The film held on quite well in the evening and night shows and managed to collect good number on its seventh day. The film has held own way better than The Amazing Spiderman 2 and Godzilla on weekdays in spite of having a weekend lower than them . The film has a got a very positive word of mouth however it remains to be seen whether that is reflected in the first week business. So to clarify the doubt we have presented in this article you the first week trade report of X Men: Days of Future Past. X Men 2014 in its 7 days journey has done very well.

First Week Total Collection of X Men- Days of Future Past

The film however is bound to do well in metros where superhero brands do quite well. The morning shows today i.e. Thursday have opened far better than previous two days and it is a good sign for the movie. Also the coming weekend has added up good sign of hope for higher collections and occupancy in the account of the movie. 7th day has emerged out as a good business medium for the film with collection of 2.1 Crores making the aggregate of first Week box Office Collection of X Men: Days of Future Past to stand at 26.60 Crores. Talking about competition and stats of Hollywood releases in India recently, the three day (first) weekend of X Men – Days of Future Past is the ninth highest ever for a Hollywood film in India. It is lower than a film like 2012 released in 2009 and just slightly higher than Avatar which also released in 2009. Comparing to the collections in 2014, it is the third highest this year behind The Amazing Spiderman 2 and Godzilla and just above 300 – Rise of an Empire. The movie has killed the business of Godzilla at most places.