No Problem grosses Rs 295 million in opening weekend

MUMBAI: MUMBAI: Eros International Media‘s No Problem has reported a gross collection of Rs 295 million worldwide in the opening weekend, according to box-office data provided by the company.

India has contributed to Rs 250 million while the other Rs 45 million has come from overseas.

The film, produced by Anil Kapoor Film Company, Rawail Grandsons Entertainment & Software and Spice Entertainment, released across cinemas on 10 December in more than 1,200 screens worldwide. Eros has acquired the distribution rights of the movie.

Speaking on the film‘s opening, Eros International Media SVP, Distribution, Nandu Ahuja said, "No Problem opened reasonably well on Friday and picked up over the weekend. Despite the cold wave in North India, the film picked up well over the weekend. We are anticipating a steady run for the film over the week."

Averred Eros International plc President - Distribution Pranab Kapadia, "In line with the current flavour at the box office, Eros International tastes success yet again with No Problem. A multi star cast comedy - Anees Bazmee style with fun filled entertainment for the whole family, the film has grossed remarkable collections in US, UK, UAE, Australia, Mauritius, Fiji and Pakistan. With school holidays and the festive season starting this week, we expect the film to continue its hold on the box office."

No Problem stars Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Akshaye Khanna along with Sushmita Sen, Kangna Ranaut and Neetu Chandra.

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