Maximum, the film lacking on all counts from
face value to content, became a disaster at the box
office. The film managed to collect just about Rs 13
million over its opening weekend and its run may be
curtailed today onwards for want of patrons.
Meri Kahaani remained poor at the box office and
will fall far short of its high price of Rs 480 million
for its domestic theatrical, satellite and audio rights;
a grossly bad bargain for Wave Pictures. All the recovery
that the film could muster pre-release was of Rs 40
million from audio rights and sale of two small circuits.
The film has collected Rs 234.5 million in its first
week with second weekend adding another Rs 35 million.
The projected loss is over 50 per cent of investment
as the prospects of decent recovery from the satellite
rights have dwindled greatly.
of Wasseypur has found its audience in some adventurous
and curious few as it collected Rs 171 million in its
first week; the curiosity tapered as the second weekend
ended with figures of Rs 38 million.
KI Sawaari, which had collected Rs 177 million
in its first week, added Rs 63 million in week two
to take its total to Rs 241 million.
managed to collect only Rs 4 million in its third
week, taking its tally to Rs 234 million.
Rathore maintained steady collections; with a
figure of Rs 35.5 million in its fourth week, the
film has so far collected Rs 1.34 billion.
Donor collected Rs 1.1 million in its 10th week.
Its net at the box office stands at Rs 419.5 million.