Half Girlfriend Movie 2 Days Worldwide Collection Total Business Box Office Income Report : Newly released Bollywood movie Half Girlfriend collected an income of Rs 10.27 crore on its opening day. Releasing on 2500 screens in India, the romantic film witnessed 25% occupancy on first day of its release. The celluloid is expected to see growth in its business in coming days. It is expected to gross Rs 12 crore box office collection on 2nd day of release.
Based on the renowned novel written by Cheta Bhagat, the Hindi flick narrated the complicated relationship between a boy and a girl. Audiences gave positive feedback to this cinema as it entertained them with an interesting story. Receiving mixed reviews from the critics, the celluloid showcased excellent performance on the opening day. Adjacently released Bollywood movie Hindi Medium earned Rs 3 crore on 19th May (first day of its release).
Though the romantic offering witnessed a huge box office clash with Bahubali 2 : The Conclusion, it raked a satisfactory amount on 1st day. Taking a good start, the film reported highest occupancy in evening shows. In morning shows, the celluloid witnessed an average number of footfalls and recorded 20% occupancy. There was slight increment in the occupancy in noon shows on the same day.
The film is expected to see growth in its business on weekend days as most of the citizens get free time to on the half-day (Saturday) and holiday (Sunday). These two days are going to be quite beneficial for the celluloid, which has meet the expectations of filmmakers. The Hindi flick showcased poor performance in overseas and grossed decent income in the international market. Latest box office figures are awaited.
- Day 1 (19th May) : Rs 10.27 crore
- Day 2 (20th May) : Rs 12 crore (early estimated)
- 2 Days Business : Rs 20 crore (expected)
- Opening Weekend Income : Rs 30 crore (estimated)
- First Week Earnings : Rs 45 crore (predicted)
- Theatrical Rights : Rs 33 crore
- Budget (music + digital + satellite + overseas) : Rs 30 crore
- Production Cost : Rs 35 crores
- Prints & Advertising Cost : Rs 13 crores
- Total Investment : 115 crore