Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon has opened on a fantastic note at the Box Office. While expectations were that the opening would be in 30%-40% range (which would have been decent too), what unfolded right from the first show on Friday was stupendous indeed. While average occupancy was in 40%-50% range, there were places where certain shows even went houseful. While the Abbas-Mustan film was basically targeting the single screens, even multiplex occupancy was quite good, which was a pleasant surprise indeed.
Still, for audience to flock to theaters and bring in such footfalls is extraordinary by all means. For producer Ratan Jain, this is great news indeed after a couple of films (Gang of Ghosts, Tezz) that hadn’t worked. Moreover, for the opening day to stand amongst the best of 2015 is no mean feat.
Do have a look at some of the other films which have collected in the same range this year:
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon – 10.15 crore
Baby – 9.33 crore
Tanu Weds Manu Returns – 8.75 crore
Phantom – 8.46 crore
Drishyam – 8 crore
Badlapur – 7 crore
Tevar – 7 crore
Hero – 6.85 crore
Piku – 5.3 crore
Katti Batti – 5.28 crore
Bombay Velvet – 5.2 crore
Joginder Tuteja tweets @tutejajoginder