[tps_footer]Jon Favreau’s live action adventure, ‘The Jungle Book‘ is unstoppable and has received an overwhelming response from Indian audience. As far as Hollywood films are concerned in India, ‘The Jungle Book’ is the record breaker and has set a record for the highest weekend with a total of Rs 40 crore net (400 million) at the Box Office.
The film, which was released on Friday, April 8, had a good start in India and has earned a jackpot at the Box office over the weekend. The film has set another highest collection record in a single day for a Hollywood release in India as it collected Rs 16.50 crore net (165 million) on Sunday.
The each day collection of the film has been huge with its amazing storyline; the film has minted Rs 10 crore net (100 million) on Friday, Rs 13.50 crore net (135 million) on Saturday and Rs 16.50 crore net (165 million) on Sunday.
Despite three days collection, it can be easily assumed that ‘The Jungle Book‘ will be a blockbuster hit in India as even the contribution for the dubbed version is around 50%, which has led to the advantage of the film. The dubbed versions of the film are doing well than the English version, which will eventually increase the business of the film over the coming days.
Directed by Jon Favreau, written by Justin Marks and produced by Walt Disney, the film stars Neel Sethi as Mowgli and is said to be one of the first movies that one remembers watching the film as a kid. ‘The Jungle Book‘ has left a huge impact on everyone with its reinvented strong storyline and the most important factor of the film is that it has targeted kids to adults and everyone. It’s one of the most beautiful movies that have come out of the studio this year.[/tps_footer]