One of the top actresses of Bollywood Katrina Kaif, Sonakshi Sinha-Huma Qureshi, and Janhvi Kapoor faced the box office clash with one another on Nov 4th.
2022 has not been a great year for the industry in terms of box office successes, much-anticipated biggies like Laal Singh Chaddha, Prithviraj Chauhan, Shamshera tanked at the box office.
Even recent release biggies like Ram Setu and Thank God are not doing well amid this all eyes will now be on the upcoming flicks. Janhvi, Katrina and Sonakshi graced the big screens today with their films Mili, Phone Bhoot and DoubleXL, respectively.
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Mili Box Office Collection Day 1
Mili marks the first collab between the father-daughter duo Boney Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor. It has been certified with U/A by the CBFC board and has an approved runtime of 129mins or 2hrs 9mins. As per the reports, it has occupied 400-450 screens in the country. It is said to be made on a budget of 8-10 crores.
Janhvi’s film’s first-day estimated collection is 50 L nett. The film had underwhelming occupancy rates. It had an overall 7.93% Hindi occupancy across all the shows.
Phone Bhoot Box Office Collection Day 1
Katrina Kaif starring Phone Bhoot is the most hyped among all the releases today. It is a horror comedy and has been certified with a UA certificate by the censor board and has an approved runtime of 2hrs 17minutes. It features Katrina Kaif, Ishaan Khatter, veteran actor Jackie Shroff and Gully Boy fame Siddhant Chaturvedi.
The estimated budget of the film is 25-30 crores. As per the reports, Phone Bhoot emerges as the top choice of moviegoers among the 3 women-led releases on Nov 4th. It has been released on 1000 screens across India. It is estimated to have collected around 2 crores on the first day. The film saw a surge in occupancy rates during the night shows.
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Double XL Box Office Collection Day 1
Double XL is said to be made on a budget of 15-18 crores. And as per the trade estimates, it took a 50-70 L start at the box office. The comedy-drama stars Huma Qureshi and Sonakshi Sinha. It is also certified with UA by the board and has a runtime of 2hr 10mins.
The BO figures may vary by a few lakhs but it is evident that all the films took a start on a low note as the dismal business of Diwali releases like Ram Setu and Thank God has disappointed trade. Therefore, there aren’t many expectations from the new releases until these films garner WOM like Kantara.