Raees vs Kaabil 13th Day Collection Occupancy Box Office Update : After completing 12 days in cinema halls, Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Raees and Yami Gautam’s Kaabil have grossed total box office collections of Rs 148.94 crore and Rs 118.05 crore till now.

These two movies, which star popular artists of the Bollywood industry, are expected to collect a good single digit amount on day 13.

These films’ journey at box office has been interestingly competitive as both the cinemas put high efforts to make huge business with their morning, afternoon and evening shows throughout all days of their releases.

Mahira Khan’s debut Bollywood flick witnessed 22% occupancy on Sunday while Yami Gautam’s celluloid minted Rs 11.88 crore on 12th day of release.

Kaabil vs Raees Day Wise Box Office Business

Rakesh Roshan’s first production of 2017 commenced its box office journey with Rs 10.43 crore first day income. The movie’s business overdrew on second day, conglomerating Rs 18.67 crore.

Sharp declination in the collection was seen on third day as the film pocketed Rs 9.77 crore. A small increment in the box office earnings was seen on Saturday and the celluloid pocketed Rs 13.54 crore.

Again on Sunday, the cinema experienced hike in box office collections and pocketed Rs 15.05 crore.

In second week, rate of business remained stagnant with single digit daily income and the movie garnered Rs 6.04 on Monday, Rs 6.10 crore on Tuesday and Rs 5.7 crore on Wednesday.

On ninth and tenth day, the celluloid grossed a single digit amount of Rs 5.25 crore and Rs 6.4 crore respectively.

Sanjay Gupta’s directorial minted Rs 9.22 crore as Kaabil 11th Day Collection. Kaabil collection on 12th day was Rs 11.88 crore.

On other side, Rahul Dholakia’s venture, which has been the prominent antagonist of Sanjay Gupta’s latest project, began its journey at box office with a ample opening day collection of Rs 20.42 crore.

The movie’s business heightened on Republic Day grossing Rs 26.30 crore. The film’s earnings on third day declined to Rs 13.11 crore and again hiked to Rs 15.61 crore on fourth day.

On fifth day, the celluloid earned Rs 17.8 crore. Second week of the cinema started with Rs 8.25 crore collection and the cinema bagged Rs 7.25 crore on Tuesday.

On Wednesday and Thursday, the movie made a phenomenal business of Rs 6.5 crore and Rs 6.25 crore respectively. The film earned Rs 6.4 crore on Friday.

Curbing Rs 0.2 crore more than Rakesh Roshan’s production, Mahira’s debut Hindi celluloid minted Rs crore as Raees 11th Day Collection. After seeing 22% occupancy on Sunday, the income of Raees on 12th day is expected to be a single digit amount.

Raees vs Kaabil Overseas Collection

Raees has managed to turn millions of eyeballs in overseas and grossed huge responses in the foreign countries.

The film made a business of Rs 15.74 crore in North America, which includes the countries – Canada and USA (United States of America). The movie succeeded in gathering an astonishing collection of Rs 6.18 crore in UK.

Kaabil also gained magnificent response in foreign countries and curbed amazing repercussions in the overseas.

The movie minted a collection of Rs 5.31 crore in North America, which includes the nations – USA (United States of America) and Canada. The celluloid managed to earn an average earning of Rs 1.75 crore in United Kingdom.

Apart from these above mentioned nations, Rakesh Roshan’s 2017’s production managed to collect Rs 0.86 crore in Australia, Rs 0.36 crore in New Zealand, Rs 0.04 crore in Malaysia and Rs 0.11 crore in Germany.

The movie’s screening in these nations has exhibited the fans’ craze for megastar Hrithik Roshan.

While the movie produced under the banners of Excel Entertainment and Red Chillies Entertainment succeeded in collecting Rs 3.36 crore in Australia, Rs 0.84 crore in New Zealand, Rs 0.24 crore in Malaysia and Rs 9.53 crore in United Arab Emirates.

The celluloid’s screening in these countries has showcased the fans’ affection for superstar Shah Rukh Khan.

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