Saaho Day 10 Collection

Saaho Day 10 Collection, Second Sunday Live Box Office Update

Saaho Day 10 Collection (Second Sunday Morning Shows) – Saaho has a muscular start on Sunday at Mass region from the early morning shows itself. Gujarat is going over 45% occupancy from the First Show itself. Rajkot region is registering close to 55-62% capacity. Bihar market also started very well with 25% occupancy and the advance booking for the rest of the day in this particular region is very healthy. Mumbai also started on a good note. Inox Kandivali registering over 38-40% occupancy. Rajasthan circuit also starts fine with most of the Inox Chains has practically supreme growth today as compared to yesterday morning. Rest of India has a decent to good start. In West Bengal, there is constant raining from last night to till morning (today), so the effect may come in this region especially at Single Screens. Today is a holiday and Single Screens are yet to open. Saaho is all set for one more Sunday Box Office punch. [9 am].

Saaho Day 10 Collection (Second Sunday Noon/Afternoon Shows) – Saaho just put the heat up at Sunday Box Office. Gujarat has gone altogether on a different level and registering over 65%. Rajkot and Surat region almost going HOUSEFULL at many theatres including some Inox Chains also. Lucknow territory is outstanding in the noon shows and had a capacity of over 70%. East Punjab and West Bengal too had a huge growth of over 200% from the morning. Later was effected due to rain in the morning and now back to its original level. Deep mass belts such as Rajasthan and Bihar also scoring very high at the level of over 50% occupancy range. Mumbai territory also had a double growth from the morning. Nashik region is having almost 50% or more capacity. Rest of India were in 30-35% capacity. Overall, Saaho has a Glorious Noon Shows all over India. Stay tuned. [3 pm].

Territory9 am3 pm8 pm
Delhi NCR18%50%30%
East Punjab14%45%24%
CP Berar10%26%14%
Central India15%34%17%
West Bengal15%42%19%
South India15%31%17%

Saaho Day 10 Collection (City Wise Report) – Saaho started the Metro Cities on a thumping manner on Sunday morning. Pune, Delhi City, Bengaluru (limited shows) and Chandigarh all started over 50% growth from Second Saturday morning. As we expected, Mass belts start bigger than Metros. Rajkot leading from the front with a capacity close to 60%. Surat and Patna also started nicely. Lucknow and Ahmedabad has a big growth from yesterday morning. Overall, all the mass belts have tremendous growth compared to Saturday morning. [11 am].

Cities10 am2-3 pm
Delhi City22%45%
Inox Mumbai(9am-4pm)
Malad48,552/- Gross
Worli35,430/- Gross
Dadar West12,242/- Gross
Ghatkopar (E)52,171/- Gross
Kandivali (W)61,198/- Gross
R City66,069/- Gross
Dahisar45,054/- Gross
Metro Marine65,313/- Gross

Single Screens Update : Saaho had a vigorous occupancy today at Single Screens. From the noon itself, it puts the Box Office on fire. Be it City or Village region, Single Screen was close to Housefull at many centers. Bihar market registered over 55-62% capacity. Gujarat (Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Gandhi Nagar, Rajkot) all had over 60% capacity at Single Screens. In UP territory it had very strong occupancy of over 48-53% in Noon Shows. In Nashik and Kalyan region 44-51% capacity. In West Bengal, all the major Single Screens having close to 50% occupancy such as Ajanta, Jayanthi, Prachi, Sonali, Barasat, Habra nearby places. Overall, Saaho (Hindi) dominated the Single Screens market today. In fact territories like Bihar and West Bengal and to some extent even in Gujarat also there is not much difference between Single Screens and Multiplex collections for Second Sunday. Early, trend suggests Saaho comfortably goes past 130 Crores net mark in Hindi Version. It’s a SMASH HIT at Indian Box Office. [10 pm].

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