PM Narendra Modi, India's Most Wanted Friday (1st Day) and De De Pyaar De 2nd Friday (8th Day) Collection Early Trends

May 24, 2019

PM Narendra Modi, India's Most Wanted Friday (1st Day) and De De Pyaar De 2nd Friday (8th Day) Collection Early Trends

PM Narendra Modi and India's Most Wanted has started slowly at box office on opening Friday. Modi is bit better as it is registering decent occupancy in many places. Thus Modi is leading India's Most Wanted as far as new releases are concerned. 

Story of India's Most Wanted is not that good. Film started lowly in morning and is showing nominal growth through the day. In fact film is finding hard to show good growth in evening shows also as per latest. If we consider the samples then PM Narendra Modi should lead the box office race from IMW.

Now there is good news for Ajay Devgn fans. De De Pyaar De has hold pretty well on 2nd Friday. In fact occupancy on 2nd Friday (day 8) is better than 1st Thursday (7th day). However problem is that film screening is reduced because of two new releases and also a significant Hollywood release in Aladdin.

When samples of DDPD for day 8 is compared with day 7 then there is an occupancy jump of around 20-30%. This is good. Plus ticket prices are also bit higher then weekdays. However, screening is reduced 55-60% for the week. Overall drop on 2nd Friday from 1st Thursday is around 30-40%. 

After the good hold on 2nd Friday, it is looking certain that DDPD will go past 70 crore nett easily by the end of second weekend. In fact if film enjoys good trending through the week then either it should touch or go close to 80 crore nett by the end of second week itself. As for 100 crore nett mark film needs a strong hold on 3rd week also. Film has good chance of now emerging as a HIT and by end of 2nd Monday everything will be clear.

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