After having an average start at the box office on opening day, Baazaar witnessed decent growth in its collection on day 2.
However, even after having a good start the movie could not earn much. The film, which had earned Rs 3.07 crore on its opening day, has managed to mint Rs 4.10 crore on its second day, taking the total collection to Rs 27.84 crore.
Let’s have a look at the Day Wise Box Office Collection:
1st Week Collections
Friday 02.75 Crore
Saturday 03.65 Crore
Sunday 04.35 Crore
Weekend 10.75 Crore
Monday 01.50 Crore
Tuesday 01.45 Crore
Wednesday 01.40 Crore
Thursday 01.40 Crore
1st Week Total 16.50 Crore
2nd Week Collections
Friday 00.90 Crore
Saturday 01.20 Crore
Sunday 01.50 Crore
Weekend 03.60 Crore
Monday 00.50 Crore
Tuesday 00.40 Crore
Wednesday 00.35 Crore
Thursday 00.30 Crore
2nd Week Total 05.15 Crore
3rd Week Total 01.32 Crore
4th Week Total 1.23 Crore
5th Weekend Total 00.40 Crore
Total Collection 27.84 Crore
Baazaar Total Budget is 40.00 Crore all inclusive. It’s Production Budget: 28.00 Crore and it’s Prints & Advertising Cost: 12.00 Crore
Baazaar starring Saif Ali Khan, Chitrangda Singh, Rohan Mehra & Radhika Apte had got approx 1500+ screens across India.
The film is based on the story of Mumbai’s city life, and pushes you into the semi-dark world of its stockbrokers.
This film is the best opening for Saif Ali Khan in recent times with his other films being around the 1 crore nett mark.
A big problem is that the film is entirely predictable. The twists can be spotted from a mile away, and the plotting is strictly by-the-numbers.
There are way too many songs that stretch the running time, and the filmmakers are unable to bring that tension needed to convey the anxiety of fluctuating stock prices.
Baazaar is expected to get tough competition from last week’s release Badhaai Ho.
Amit Sharma’s directorial, starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Sanya Malhotra and Neena Gupta, has been doing exceptionally well at the box office and its collections have now reached Rs 132.35 crore.
Badhaai Ho from the previous week is still going strong which has further worsen the case for Saif Ali Khan starrer Baazaar.
Baazaar had an extremely poor start in the morning shows, but had picked up its pace during the times.
As the film has garnered mixed reviews from the critics, it failed to win the heart of the audience and is not even abe to earn profit.
This data is complied from various sources and our research and so the figures can be approximate and we do not make any claims about the authenticity of the data. However they are adequately indicative of the box-office performance of the films.