The Hrithik Roshan starrer Super 30 released a while back, and since then the film has been on a roll at the box office. Based on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar, Super 30 has been declared tax free in multiple states which has given its box office collections a much needed boost. In this box office analysis we take a look at the economics of Super 30 to see how profitable the venture was for its makers.
Made on a budget of Rs. 125 cr, Super 30 has managed to draw in Rs. 130.14 cr at the box office. With Rs. 59.56 cr coming in as the distributors share of the box office earnings, Rs. 15.63 cr from the overseas distribution and another Rs. 80 cr from the sale of satellite, digital and music rights the film has managed to earn Rs. 154.20 cr for its makers. After deducting the initial investment of Rs. 125 cr from the revenue generated, the makers of Super 30 stand to make Rs. 29.20 cr in profit with a 23.36% RoI (Return on Investment).
If that wasn’t all, since Super 30 continues to run in theatres estimates are that the final tally of profit the film makes for its producers could well reach Rs. 33 cr with a 26.28% RoI.
Economics of Super 30
Cost Of Production and P&A – 125 Cr.
TOTAL COST (A+B)– 125 Cr.
India Theatrical Box Office – 130.14 Cr. (Approximate)
Distributor’s share (A) – 58.56 Cr.
Overseas Theatrical Box Office – 34.74 Cr. (Approximate)
Distributor’s share (B) – 15.63 Cr.
Satellite Rights, Music and Digital (C) – 80 Cr.
TOTAL RECOVERIES (A+B+C) – 154.20 Cr.
PROFIT – 29.20 Cr.
RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI) – 23.36%
The Box Office figures are compiled from various sources and our own research. The figures can be approximate and Bollywood Hungama does not make any claims about the authenticity of the data. However, they are adequately indicative of the box-office performance of the film(s).