Today marks the release of the highly-anticipated film “Batla House” starring John Abraham and directed by Nikkhil Advani. The film is based on true events and tells the story of the controversial Operation Batla House that took place in 2008.
Despite receiving positive reviews from critics, the film opened on a sluggish note at the box office. However, industry experts predict that the film’s business is likely to see an increase in collections as the weekend progresses.
The film’s strong word of mouth and positive reviews are expected to drive more audiences to the theaters to watch the film. John Abraham’s performances are also been praised by critics and audience, which could also help to boost the film’s box office numbers.
Additionally, the film’s patriotic theme and the buzz around the real-life events on which it is based are also expected to drive interest in the film. Overall, while the initial box office numbers may not be as strong as expected, “Batla House” is expected to see an upward trend in collections as the weekend progresses.
In this box office report, we will be focusing on the performance of “Batla House” in overseas markets on its tenth day of release (Saturday). The film, directed by Nikkhil Advani and starring John Abraham, is inspired by true events and tells the story of the controversial Operation Batla House that took place in 2008.
While the film opened on a sluggish note despite positive reviews, predictions state that the film’s business is likely to see an increase in collections as the weekend progresses. In this report, we will take a look at the box office collections of “Batla House” in overseas markets on Day 10, considering factors such as ticket sales, occupancy rates, and overall revenue generated.
Additionally, we will compare the film’s performance in different regions and countries to provide a comprehensive understanding of its commercial success in the international market. The report will also provide insight into how the performances of the cast and the real-life events on which the film is based have affected the box office collections.
Australia box office
6,947 USD [Rs. 4.96 lacs] from 11 screens
New Zealand box office
4,104 USD [Rs. 2.93 lacs] from 10 screens
U.K box office
4,140 USD [Rs. 2.96 lacs] from 13 screens
U.S.A box office
30,796 USD [Rs. 22.02 lacs] from 48 screens
Canada box office
13,725 USD [Rs. 9.81 lacs] from 13 screens