The first weekend collection numbers of Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer Brothers are here and by the looks of it, the film couldn’t manage to leave an extraordinary mark at the Box Office. Brothers, which opened to a decent start on Friday by collecting Rs. 13.45 crore (Rs 134.5 million) approximately, only managed to collect Rs. 21.28 crore net (212.8 million) approx on Saturday and Rs. 14.50 crore net ( 145 million) approx on Sunday. With this, director Karan Malhotra’s Brothers has collected Rs. 49.23 crore net (492.3 million) approx on its first weekend at the Box Office.
This kind of first weekend business is decent enough and just goes out to show that Akshay and Sidharth’s Brothers have a good chance at scoring in good amount at the Box Office with its run if it manages to pull in movie lovers. If we have to compare the kind of reaction Brothers received on its first weekend, we have to mention the good growth it saw on Saturday. Karan Malhotra’s Brothers saw a superb growth on Saturday, however, the film then saw a disappointing drop the very next day on Sunday as it directly fell from 21.20 crore net approx to 14.50 crore net approx.
If compared to Akshay Kumar’s Gabbar Is Back, Brothers’ Sunday business was bit lower. With this, one thing is for sure that the film will have a little tough first week run at the Box Office.
The action drama film is being well received in places like Mumbai, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, UP and other few places.
Directed by Karan Malhotra, the action drama film, which is an official remake of Hollywood film Warrior, takes us through the rough journey of two estranged brothers, who go against each other in the finale of a boxing competition.
The film also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Jackie Shroff in pivotal roles. Produced by Dharma Productions, Lionsgate Films and Endemol India, Brothers is released today and is running really well at the Box Office. Now we are looking forward to see the kind of numbers the film succeeds in pulling in on its first week at the Box Office.