Jai Ho witnessed a slight drop on its 1st Tuesday. As per early estimates, this Salman Khan starrer managed to earn approx 7.75 crores at the Domestic Box Office. With this income, it swelled the film’s total to 75.75 crores at the Box Office.

Salman Khan in a still from 'Jai Ho'
Salman Khan in a still from ‘Jai Ho’

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The film has been earning steadily in the weekdays witnessing the expected drop in its numbers. Its performance is absolutely in sync with the estimated figures based on screen count and the ticket prices.

Though the weekday occupancy for the film has remained consistent, the deterrent in the current trend of collections has been the lowered ticket costs which Salman insisted on keeping moderate unlike the hikes we witnessed during Chennai Express and Dhoom 3.

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48 COMMENTS

  1. after a long time i want a salman movie to earn more and more but surprisingly,,jai ho is not showing the numbers like on the level of the appreciation it has got..
    the movie deserves good numbers…
    i have a new idea that a film must not be given a hit status only on the basis of collection…

    this is a new idea,,i don’t know will it be a proper way or not but i think that along with collections,,,every producer,,every boxoffice sites should show the number of tickets sold of every film…
    i don’t think it is difficult to show the number of tickets sold…as the collection is calculated on the basis of tickets sold…
    tickets with collections will give more and more clear idea about the potential and true success of any film…
    and i still believe that perhaps,,3 idiots and sholay(considering the ticket prices in 1975),,are only biggest movies in terms of number of footfalls…
    suppose a film released on holiday weekend with average ticket prices ranging from 140-200 per ticket will collect 15000 rs on sell of 100 tickets worth rs.100 each..
    and a film with normal release and normal rates will make 10000 on sell of 100 tickets worth rs.100 each…
    thus we are getting a huge gap of 5000 rs only on the sell of 100 tickets…
    than think and imagine,,how big this gap will be when we will have all india collection on a holiday??/
    so i think that along with collection,,number of tickets sold must be included…
    so we will have a clear idea that till how long the section of audience,,the film has reached…
    i want readers view on this…

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