October Box Office Collection
October Movie 1st Day Box Office Collection Total Worldwide Business Income Report : Newly released Bollywood movie ‘October’ witnessed average occupancy in the morning shows on opening day. Featuring Bollywood superstar Varun Dhawan in the lead role, the latest Hindi language film received mixed reviews from the critics. Fans of the leading actor responded to the film with positive feedback in Maharashtra and other states in central part of India. The Hindi celluloid gained a good response in north Indian states.
‘Judwaa 2’ was the last film in which Varun Dhawan appeared as a leading actor. The multi-starrer comedy drama film had earned Rs 16.10 crore on first day. Featuring Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu in the main roles, the Hindi celluloid had collected a total income of Rs 227 crore at worldwide box office in one month. The Bollywood flick earned more than Rs 140 crore at India’s box office in thirty days.
‘Badrianath Ki Dulhania’ was the another romantic Bollywood movie in which Varun Dhawan played lead role. Featuring Alia Bhatt in the main role opposite Varun, the Hindi flick had recorded a business of Rs 12.25 crore on 1st day. The romantic comedy offering had made a total collection of Rs 116.68 crore at Bollywood Box Office. The Indian film’s total box office business at the worldwide box office was reported to be Rs 191.62 crore.
Filmmakers and trade analysts are expecting Varun’s latest film to cross Rs 10 crore mark at the box office on day 1. I also think that film has the potential of attracting a big number of audience in the cinema halls. It won’t be surprising if the Bollywood celluloid manages to earn Rs 15 crore on first day. Releasing worldwide on more than 2000 screens, the latest romantic offering is expected to earn Rs 2 crore income in the overseas market this Friday.
October 1st Day Collection
- 1st Day Collection in India : INR 10 – 15 Cr
- 1st Day Collection in Overseas : INR 2 – 4 Cr
- 1st Day Worldwide Collection : INR 15 – 20 Cr
- 1st Day Theatre Occupancy : 40% – 50%