Major Box Office Collection Day 2: Positive reviews converts into Box Office No.

Major Movie Day 17

The biographical action drama Major has shown an amazing response at the box office on the opening day. The film collects Rs 7.12 Cr worldwide shares on day 1.

Despite it locked horns with the high scale budget films like Prithiviraj and Vikram, it still stands rock solid at the box office against the two biggies.

Major had done the Rs 18 Cr WW (estimated) pre-release business and the breakeven mark for the film is considered Rs 19 Cr. The film earned close to half of the breakeven amount on the very first day. It now needs only Rs 11.88 Cr to enter the profit phase.

Box Office Collection Day 1 (Hindi/AP-TG)

Major is a bilingual film, which is filmed in both languages Hindi and Telugu. It performed very well in the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states but failed to attract the audience in the Hindi circuit. It minted only Rs 96 lakhs on Day 1 in Hindi.

On the contrary, the film performs well in the Telugu-speaking states, it accumulated Rs 4.07 Cr shares (Rs 6.85 Cr gross) from the home market (AP/TG).

Box Office Collection Day 2

Now, as per the reports, Major shows the growth in the collections on Saturday, overall. It earned Rs 12 Cr gross on day 2 (Saturday)  to take the total worldwide collections to Rs 15.6 Cr gross.

The film needs to perform well in Hindi, it needs two fold collections over the weekend for a healthy weekend. However, the film will remain consistent in the home market as the film’s positive previews have already set the base and is expected to fetch the breakeven mark soon.

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Break-Even Business

The pre-release business of the film is Rs 10 Cr in AP/TG, Overseas Rs 2 Cr and Worldwide pre-release business is Rs 13 Cr. Now the break-even mark of the film is valued at Rs 14 Cr.

Here, check out the area wise business of Major:

Nizam: Rs 3.50 Cr
Ceeded: Rs 2 Cr
Andhra: Rs 4.50 Cr
Total: Rs 10 Cr

Karnataka and Rest of India: Rs 1 Cr
Overseas Business: Rs 2 Cr
Worldwide Business: Rs 13 Cr

Disclaimer: The above figures are based on various sources and our meticulous research, however, doesn’t guarantee the equivalent box office collections, though we have done everything possible in our capability to provide you the precise data.

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