February 2, 2015

Khamoshiyan and Hawaizaada 1st Weekend Collection

Khamoshiyan and Hawaizaada both had a poor first weekend at box office. Although Khamoshiyan performed better and may emerge as safe film as made on low budget.

Khamoshiyan has collected around 6.5+ crore nett in first weekend at box office. Film showed limited growth in business through the weekend. Sunday collection are around 2.5 crore nett as per estimates. Film business is extremely poor, but as film is made on low budget of 11-12 crore, should easily recover their investment, when non-theatrical revenues are also taken into account.

Collection Breakup - 

Friday - 1.9 crore nett.
Saturday - 2.2 crore nett.
Sunday - 2.5 crore nett (est).

Total - 6.6 crore nett (approx).

Hawaizaada is simply washout at box office in its first weekend. Film is big disaster. Film has just managed 2 crore nett in opening weekend. Film even failed to touch single crore in a single day. What's more disappointing is film is having a significant budget and makers are set for big loss with the film. Film is simply not going anywhere from here on. Even 5 crore nett lifetime collection looks tough from here on.

Collection Breakup - 

Friday - 0.55 crore nett.
Saturday - 0.65 crore nett.
Sunday - 0.8 crore nett (est).

Total - 2 crore nett (approx).

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  1. Unlike the other biopics like 'Bhag Milkha Bhag' or 'Mary Kom' Ayushmann Khurrana had denied 'Hawaizaada' being a biopic. He called it a film based on a true story and not a biopic. However, after watching 'Hawaizaada', one would definitely know the difference and appreciate the greatness of those biopics and the hollowness of Hawaizaada! The movie is no where even close to those great movies, in true sense it is disheartening and a lethargic movie.
    Rather than an inspiring individual Shivkar Talpade seemed like a confused soul who had been battling between his love life and his parents and then completely relocates his attention to fulfilling his mentor's last wish. In simple words he was aimless! Withal, in the end I would just like to say, Hawaizaada could have been a masterpiece with the incredible and profound story, but sadly Vibhu Puri failed awfully.