The Tashkent Files surprises Box Office despite Low Start, 8 Days Collection Report


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April 20, 2019

The Tashkent Files surprises Box Office despite Low Start, 8 Days Collection Report

The Tashkent Files has surprised box office as film is into second week run and still enjoying good significant screens despite very limited release. 

Film 2nd Friday business is bit higher than 1st Friday. This is excellent trending. There is a big chance that film second week collection may end up higher than first week.

Film has collected an approx 3.5 crore nett in week one. Film has started 2nd Friday strongly and has added 50 lakh nett. 8 Days business stands at approx 4 crore nett. 

Although film has limited screening still good start in week 2 has given film a chance to touch or cross 10 crore nett in its theatrical run in India. This is totally unexpected from such film which has very limited audiences and also after such a low start on day 1.

The Tashkent Files is another example that if film is good then there is simply no stopping. There is a selected audience still waiting to watch film in theaters whether it is a low budgeted or big budgeted.

Collection Breakup - 

Week 1 - 3.5 crore nett

Week 2 - 

Fri - 0.5 crore nett

Total -> 4 crore nett


  1. Really happy to see The Tashkent files doing good. It would be a great result if the film does a business of 12-13 crores given that it only got released on 250 screens. Its great that there is atleast an intellectual section in India that is willing to unlearn the history & explore the other possible truths that have been unanswered satisfactorily for so many years.

  2. This film deserves increase in theater counts

  3. If the movie manages a run in even lesser screens for 4-5 weeks..then a collection of 15 crores + would be an amazing result....

    The movie has alreadg started gaining cult status...although some intellectual anti nations tried to give it 0.5 and 1 star in their reviews...the audiences have now decided to completely boycott any reviews and judge by their own conscience