First day Box office collection of Chetan Bhagats 2 States and Dekh Tamasha Dekh
The movie Dekh Tamasha Dekh is one of the important movies, which talks about some volatile issue seems to be doing a good job in terms of box office collection. However, the overall view on day one seems to be flop and can be called as an average release. The review of the movie seemed positive from the different corners of Bollywood camp, however, as expected the movie could only secure 2.7 crore though the coming weekend has bright hope for the movie. Remember the election season can benefit the movie in terms of audience and revenue generation. People might turn up with their families and friends to catch this family entrainment and a decent script.
In the list of movie releases this week, the Chetan Bhagat’s adapted movie – 2 States seemed doing really good. This movie was released in around 2000 screen both in India and around 350 in overseas screen, however, 2 states is able to garner good competition from Hollywood movie – The Amazing Spiderman 2, which was released the same day in UK and several other nations. The holiday of Good Friday really helped the movie with a decent amount of occupancy in comparison to the last. The morning shows witnessed around 50% of occupancy. It really opened well in places like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Rajasthan, UP and East Punjab on day one, while the weekend is expected to give something really good to the movie. The figure however, crossed 10 crore giving a good surprise to the other movies. The movie has all the elements, which make any Bollywood film a big hit the very same day.
The buzz created by the movie before it hit the theaters really helped the people to garner a good pubic attention. Similar was the figure overseas, with UK market going at the top with around one million, whereas in Australia and New Zealand, it was recorded at the amount of 7.76 lakh and 4.81 lakh respectively. So, of all the releases, 2 states seem to bang the box office with good figures at the end of the day one.