Kapoor and Sons 11th Day Collection, Kapoor and Sons Monday Box Office Total 11 Days Report and Occupancy: The romantic movie after entering into the second week of release has the whopping business of $5.35 million in the overseas market. With this, it has surpassed the figures of Akshay Kumar starrer “Airlift” having a business of $5.18 million.
The domestic collection of the flick stands at Rs. 59.02 Cr and it is expected to touch Rs. 75 Cr easily as per the tweet of trade analyst Taran Adarsh, “
#KapoorAndSons [Week 2] Fri 4.21 cr, Sat 4.24 cr, Sun 3.64 cr. Total: ₹ 59.02 cr. India biz. Should touch ₹ 75 cr, as per current trends.” The data shows a drop in the business on Sunday because of the exciting match between India and Australia of ICC World T20.
The 2nd-week of it has some new release from the Tollywood industry. But still it managed to have decent 2nd-weekend collection of Rs. 12.09 Cr. It experienced approx. Rs. 10 Cr of drop from the 1st-weekend having a business of Rs. 22.01 Cr.
Now, it has shattered the records of “Wazir”, “Mastizaade”, and Sunny Deol’s “Ghayal Once Again” to become the third highest grosser of the year 2016. Soon, it will break the records of Sonam Kapoor’s “Neerja”, and it will definitely become snatch the position of the same in the coming days.
The production is going to be all time hit for Alia Bhatt, Sidharth Malhotra, and Fawad Khan of their career in Bollywood industry. It will recover the negative effects of underperformance of “Shaandaar” for Alia Bhatt. The Fawad Khan work in the movie is really appreciable. There must be no question about the acting of Alia Bhatt in the movie. Sidharth Malhotra, as usual, looks stunning.
Kapoor and Sons 11th Day Collection
The soundtracks of the flick have gathered considerable audiences to head towards the theaters. The World T20 matches are putting tolls for the business of the movie. People are attracted towards the World Cup. The early estimated figures are as follow.
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Kapoor and Sons 2nd Monday Box Office Collection – Rs. 2 Cr*.
Stay tuned with TCD for exact figures of box office collection.