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Vacations Boost Business!

By Bollywood Hungama

The last two weekends - Christmas and New Year - have been extremely beneficial for film business. Resultantly, the business of a majority of films, including Bollywood-produced films, has shown an upward trend.


U.K. BOX-OFFICE

  • SWADES [last weekend: No. 11, this weekend: No. 15]: In its third weekend, the film has collected £ 50,033 on 35 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,430. The total so far has been £ 320,615 [approx. Rs. 2.61 crores].

Now let's compare the three SRK starrers [released in 2004] after the third weekend in U.K.:




















FILMTOTAL [£]TOTAL [Rs.]
MAIN HOON NA800,8206.59 crores
VEER-ZAARA1,453,28712.25 crores
SWADES320,6152.61 crores


  • AB TUMHARE HAWALE WATAN SATHIYO [last weekend: No. 10, this weekend: No. 17]: In its second weekend, the film has collected £ 32,655 on 16 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 2,041. The total so far has been £ 130,721 [approx. Rs. 1.06 crores].

  • VEER-ZAARA [last weekend: No. 15, this weekend: No. 18]: In its eighth weekend, the film has collected £ 30,243 on 19 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,592. The total so far has been £ 1,965,742 [approx. Rs. 16.19 crores]. Hopefully, should touch the £ 2-million mark by next weekend!

  • RAINCOAT [last weekend: No. 14, this weekend: No. 20]: In its second weekend, the film has collected £ 16,501 on 16 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,031. The total so far has been £ 59,779 [approx. Rs. 49.24 lacs].

  • DIL MAANGE MORE has debuted at No. 21 position. In its opening weekend, the film has collected £ 16,287 [approx. Rs. 13.41 lacs] on 9 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,810.

  • HULCHUL [last weekend: No. 25, this weekend: No. 29]: In its sixth weekend, the film has collected £ 7,071 on 7 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 1,010. The total so far has been £ 192,687 [approx. Rs. 1.58 crores].

  • BRIDE AND PREJUDICE [last weekend: No. 39, this weekend: No. 48]: In its thirteenth weekend, the film has collected £ 583 on 3 screens, with the per screen average working out to £ 194. The total so far has been £ 5,170,495 [approx. Rs. 42.57 crores].

AT A GLANCE - SCREEN AVERAGES - U.K.

    1. AB TUMHARE HAWALE WATAN SATHIYO £ 2,041

    2. DIL MAANGE MORE £ 1,810

    3. VEER-ZAARA £ 1,592

    4. SWADES £ 1,430

    5. RAINCOAT £ 1,031

    6. HULCHUL £ 1,010

    7. BRIDE AND PREJUDICE £ 194

U.S.A. BOX-OFFICE

  • SWADES [last weekend: No. 23, this weekend: No. 33]: In its third weekend, the film has collected $ 132,726 on 60 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 2,212. The total so far has been $ 1,060,549 [approx. Rs. 4.6 crores].


Now let's compare the three SRK starrers [released in 2004] after the third weekend in U.S.A.:




















FILMTOTAL [$]TOTAL [Rs.]
MAIN HOON NA1,528,0006.68 crores
VEER-ZAARA2,462,25510.99 crores
SWADES1,060,5494.6 crores


  • VEER-ZAARA [last weekend: No. 50, this weekend: No. 58]: In its eighth weekend, the film has collected $ 14,246 on 10 screens, with the per screen average working out to $ 1,425. The total so far has been $ 2,874,425 [approx. Rs. 12.47 crores].

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