Like expected, Boss has emerged as a delightful little venture for actor Akshay Kumar whose last release Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbaai Dobaara saw an underwhelming performance at the box office.

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Early estimated figures suggest that the film has emerged as the biggest opening day collections ever recorded by an Akshay Kumar film. The day being a quasi-holiday in India, the film’s occupancy was seen to be great. As per early estimates, the film has raked up in the range of 18 crores at the domestic box office on its opening day i.e. Wednesday at the Domestic Box Office! Final numbers are still being compile and the exacts will be soon updated.

The film has performed well in Mass-dominated centres – like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, C.P and C.I  and also West Bengal, Mysore.

Akshay Kumar in Boss Movie Stills
Akshay Kumar in Boss Movie Stills

The film with that has surpassed the opening day collections of Prabhudheva directed Rowdy Rathore which is deemed to be the highest opening any Akshay Kumar film has seen so far. Rowdy Rathore that released on June 1st last year, had made 15.01 crores at the domestic box office and went on to settle for a lifetime income of 131 crores, and got declared a Superhit!

Since the opening day collections of Boss is far more mesmeric than Rowdy Rathore, one can hope that the film’s lifetime run will too be higher than the former’s. Moreover, the film has garnered a strong word of mouth publicity, which ultimately matters a lot when it comes to raking moolah at the Box Office.

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    • But he’s also making distributors lose money if his 3-4 films are not hits. I agree masala films are great but they should be entertaining.

  1. This film will meet the same fate as Himmatwala and Besharam…… good start and then complete nose dive. Everyone said this film will flop but Akki fans kept barking “Make way for the Boss – Blockbuster” ( the same thing happened with OUATIMD). I have nothing against Akshay; he is a good actor and he generates good business since he does 3-4 films in a year but his choice of films is terrible. He should do more films like OMG! and Special Chabbis. I am not against masala films but they must be entertaining (like Dabangg and Chennai Express), not brainless crap. I am sure Thuppaki remake will be huge blockbuster if it is anywhere close to the Tamil version.

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