Jagan Shakti’s Mission Mangal starring Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Kirti Kulhari and Nithya Menen is all set to be released this Friday. The story is based on a true event that took place in 2013 when ISRO launched it’s Mangalyaan.
Looking at the advance booking of the movie, it looks one of the strongest of this year. Mission Mangal has received an enormous response across theatres in India.
Talking about the initial advance booking trends of the film below:
Talking about Mumbai, there has been a huge jump in advance compared to yesterday. It was 10% on Monday and today it is more than 20% houseful or filling fast shows. The movie will fairly gain better bookings before the weekend.
Delhi is not lagging behind and why we say so is because yesterday the advance booking came around 10% and today it is more than 20% which is good and expected to grow better by the weekend.
The advance booking has yet to pick up in Hyderabad. For now, only two shows filling fast like how it was yesterday. No growth since yesterday.
There has been new shows added to Kolkata but the advance booking seems exactly like how it was yesterday. Expected to grow today with extended shows.
AHMEDABAD, CHANDIGARH & CHENNAI:
Ahmedabad stands somewhere around 5% with advance and grown better compared to yesterday.
Chandigarh is yet to be filled with just 1 show filling fast.
Chennai is yet to get a response for advance booking as it hasn’t started yet.
Talking about the Advance Booking, Mr. Kamal Gianchandani CEO, PVR Pictures and Chief Business Planning and Strategy, said, “Mission Mangal has received a staggering response from the audience and it affirms the belief that a good content film well marketed and promoted will definitely pull the viewers to the theatres. Akshay Kumar and Fox Star and Hope Productions have done a great job. Akshay Kumar has mastered the genre of presenting real-life stories with a touch of entertainment. Mission Mangal only surpasses that standard and it has hooked the school children to matured viewers to family audiences. Going by the initial advance booking, we are expecting to witness history at our plexes.”