Kaabil first day box office collection: After a clash between Hrithik Roshan ‘Kaabil’ and Shah Rukh Khan ‘Raees’ has hit the cinema hall just a day before Republic day.
‘Kaabil’ produced by Rakesh Roshan is a love story of two blind people, which are played by Yami Gautam and Hrithik Roshan. ‘Kaabil’ is one of the most awaited films of the month.
Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan has always called ‘Kaabil’ an important film for him, as 2016 was not a quite great year for the star as his Mohenjo Daro was screened.
Hrithik Roshan film ‘Kaabil’ has booked an average advance booking for its opening days with 50 percent. During the morning show, the film occupied 65 percent in theatres across the domestic market.
The film was released in over 2200 screens in the domestic market. In some halls, it was also seen running houseful.
‘Kaabil’ directed by Sanjay Gupta is a romantic action movie which has received the positive response.
On the first day, the film is likely to collect over 13 crore net at the box office. But it will not be the biggest opening for Hrithik Roshan.
It is expected that the film will do good business on the weekend. The film has good twist and a fascinating storyline.
In the film, ‘Kaabil’ is playing the role of Rohan- a blind but is an excellent dancer. Even Yami has also done complete justice with the role of Supriya. Whereas, Ronit Roy has perfectly played the role of villain the film.
We can see a powerful turning point in the film when Supriya is raped in the film and the police department is unable to do anything against the culprits.
The things done by Rohan to take revenge in the film takes it to the next level. The audience will not lose their interest in the movie as it maintains a good pace.
The main highlight of the film is to watch the performance of Hrithik Roshan.
Now, it will be interesting to see which film will work well on the box office collection.
Whereas, ‘Raees’ on 24th January a day before the release, has recorded an average advance booking of 65 percent for its opening day. Whereas, on Wednesday, the film has registered an average of 85 percent in cinema hall across the domestic market.