Mere Brother Ki Dulhan has done well in the first week. After an all-India weekend net of Rs. 25.5 crore, the romantic comedy collected Rs. 38 crore in the first week, making it a comfortable earner. It grossed US $2.4 million in the Overseas circuit. For an investment of approximately Rs. 30-32 crore, the film will prove to be an overflow fare. Its chances in the second week have been bolstered by the cancellation of release of Mausam this week and lack of any other major opposition.
Salman Khan starrer Bodyguard faced a steep fall in its second week after a bumper nine-day first week. As against a net collection of around Rs. 115 crore in the 1st week, it managed Rs. 20 crore in the second week, taking its two-week total to an astounding Rs. 135 crore.
Bol is fair at multiplexes frequented by the gentry audience as it has found appreciation among that class. However, even it faced a big drop in collections in 2nd week.
Mummy Punjabi (English and Hindi dubbed) proves a debacle and is out of cinemas after a poor two week run.
That Girl In Yellow Boots managed to remain afloat at select multiplexes of the big cities in its 2nd week.
Aarakshan is out from most of the cinemas after five weeks. It will entail losses in the final tally.
Singham is also out from many cinemas after 8 weeks. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara has been discontinued from many of the multiplexes after a 9-week run.