Kaabil 1st Day Box Office Collection: This weekend’s romantic action thriller film Kaabil has an average opening in India. Going by the official figures, Kaabil 1st day collection will be in the range of 10.43 crore. These are only trade estimates and the official numbers may vary. Also, check out Kaabil collection report for the opening day.
Kaabil 1st Day Box Office Collection Report
The film opened to 25% occupancy in the morning shows and then picked up in the noon shows to record 35% occupancy. However, from afternoon onwards there was a good upward trend at the metros which are considered to be Hrithik Roshan’s stronghold. Though multiplexes improved later but still they were way below the mark as compared to Raees. It only had a good run down South where Kaabil 1st day collection will be better in a couple of circuits.
Kaabil received stiff competition from Shahrukh Khan starrer Raees. That film was better promoted and has higher star value. It was also more commercial and mass oriented while Kaabil was more looking like a content film. It has hampered Kaabil box office collection big time. But Hrithik starrer can come back big time as word of mouth will come into play tomorrow.
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Kaabil box office collection is an average result on its day 1. Though we can say that it will not be one-sided clash like Rustom vs Mohenjo Daro as Kaabil has better reports and the word of mouth also seems to be better. Kaabil 1st day collection will also be lower than Mohenjo Daro. But here the clash has turned out to be one-sided due to the star power of Shahrukh Khan. Now it needs an excellent word of mouth to survive at the box office.
There is a National holiday tomorrow which will boost Kaabil collection. But the thing is that it should have better jump than Raees as it will indicate a good trend. Friday trend will decide then the final outcome of both films.
Kaabil 1st Day Collection
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