Gunday rules Bollywood box office, amasses Rs 43.93 cr over weekend!
Ranveer-Arjun's bromance has set the box office on fire, as the film's collections stand close to Rs 50 crore. The Valentine's Day release brought back the angry young man to Bollywood.Updated: Feb 17, 2014 19:22 IST
Ranveer-Arjun's bromance has set the box office on fire, as the film's collections stand close to Rs 50 crore. The Valentine's Day release brought back the angry young man to Bollywood.
"Gunday Fri 16.12 cr, Sat 12.63 cr, Sun 15.18 cr. Total: Rs 43.93 cr nett. India biz only. Excellent!" tweeted trade analyst Taran Adarsh.
The film had opened to mixed reviews by critics, but looking at the current collections, it seems to be on the right track.
"Gunday landing cost: Rs 50 cr [inclusive of P & A]. Chunk of the investment due from Satellite rights [Rs 20 cr to 25 cr]. Gunday balance investment to be recovered from India and Overseas theatrical, music and Home Video," Adarsh posted on Twitter.
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First Published: Feb 17, 2014 17:21 IST