Mohenjo Daro collection 7th Day / 1st Week / 8th Day and 2nd Friday box office earnings report: A new trend has been observed in Bollywood since past many years. Even if the movie is not a super hit, Collections should be awesome. (Also See: Mohenjo Daro Review)
But nothing seems to be going in the fate of Hrithik Roshan after seeing the verdict of the audience on Mohenjo Daro. His two films, Krrish 3 and Bang Bang did good at the box office. After giving 3 consecutive good business flicks to Bollywood, the environment doesn’t seems to be in favour of the Bollywood star.
The week was good for Mohenjo Daro but much better for Akshay Kumar’s Rustom. On the one side, Hrithik Roshan’s film was not able to cross mark of 10 crore rupees during the entire week, Rustom must have earned much better on weekdays. The worst thing about getting failed on box office is, audience starts rejecting you even if you lose by one point. The clash between the two most talked about films was not good for either of the movie. Where Rustom couldn’t get its best ever launch period at the box office, Mohenjo Daro collection suffers like anything.
Mohenjo Daro Collection
Mohenjo Daro was released on over 2600 screens throughout the country. Out of which the distribution was almost equal among the single screens and multiplexes/ PVRs. Ironies also happened as Mohenjo Daro collection was expected to perform good in multiplexes and urban areas but the response from rural areas and single screens were better. This proved that one couldn’t simply guess what is going to happen next in Bollywood.Mohenjo Daro collection and box office earnings report for 1st week – mohenjo daro collection
Mohenjo Daro opened great on the box office with some hopes that it won’t amount to be a flop. Despite release on 2600 screens around the country, the film somehow managed to get 8.87 crore rupees as its first day box office collections. The occupancy during the first day was moderate being a working day. But the response from the international audience was good. During the first day, occupancy remains in the mark of 30-40% during the entire time frame.
Mohenjo Daro collection remains ahead during the whole day, next day. The response was little poor from urban areas, but good occupancy was observed in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Film earned 9.60 crore rupees net. As its 2nd-day box office collection. The growth was marginal but a sign that film is not going to be a flop, at least on box office.
Sunday was a judgemental day for the film being a hit or not. It was said that fickle should sustain itself to 30 crore rupees weekend total to not to be a flop movie. Hrithik fan following got an opportunity to prove them and film collected 12.07 crore rupees on Sunday. The 3 days weekend total of Mohanjo Daro stands at 30.54 crore rupees which are great.
Monday was a holiday of independence day and important day for the film. The day is going to decide the very fortune of the movie released last week. Similar to Rustom, a downfall was observed as the film goes down by more than 10% on Monday. As its 4th day collection, the movie earned 10.36 crore rupees from around the country.
During the 5th day, the earnings dropped with a big gap. More than 50% drop on the weekday is not good for any Bollywood film. As fickle fell 75% earning only 3.10 crore rupees net figure, It would be hard to say how much time it can be on screen. On 6th Day, film dropped a bit more and ended up earning only 2.5 crores as box office collections.
Mohenjo Daro Collection – 1st Week – Worldwide = 76.41 crores
Overseas earnings = 24.13 crores
Mohenjo Daro 7th day Collection – 5.6 crores
Mohenjo Daro 8th Day Collection – Rs 1.10 cr
On the 7th day, which was also a festival. Mohenjo Daro collections again came up with a hope that something positive could happen. The movie was successful in earning an awesome figure of 5.6 crore rupees, which is great for a talkie which had lost almost every hope. The overseas reports are positive and strong as Mohenjo-Daro had already earned 20 crore rupees from the international market.