The John Abraham starrer Batla House, directed by Nikkhil Advani, has finally been released today. The film is inspired by true events and tells the story of the controversial Batla House encounter case that took place in 2008. Despite receiving positive reviews, the film has opened on a sluggish note at the box office.
However, industry experts predict that the business of the film is likely to see an increase in collections as the weekend progresses. The film is being received well by the audience, and word of mouth is expected to help the film in the long run. The film also features Mrunal Thakur, Ravi Kishan, and Manish Chaudhari in the lead roles and is a blend of action, drama, and thriller.
The film showcases the true story of the operation, the encounter and the aftermath that follows. The film is expected to do well in the long run, and it will be interesting to see how it performs over the next few days. The film is a must-watch for all the movie-goers, as it is a gripping and thrilling story that will leave a lasting impact on the audience.
In this box office report, we take a closer look at the performance of the film Batla House in the overseas markets on Day 12, Monday. The film, directed by Nikkhil Advani and starring John Abraham, Mrunal Thakur, Ravi Kishan and Manish Chaudhari, has received positive reviews from critics and has been well-received by audiences.
The film tells the true story of the controversial Batla House encounter case that took place in 2008. It is a story of action, drama, and thriller. The film has been performing well in the domestic market, and it will be interesting to see how it fares in the overseas market.
This box office report is an analysis of the film’s performance in the overseas market on Day 12 and will provide insight into the film’s overall performance in international markets. The report will include data on box office collections, audience response, and more. Overall, Batla House is a must-watch film for all movie-goers, as it is a gripping and thrilling story that will leave a lasting impact on the audience.
Australia box office
2,195 USD [Rs. 1.56 lacs] from 12 screens
New Zealand box office
1,324 USD [Rs. 94,545] from 12 screens
U.K box office
3,194 USD [Rs. 2.28 lacs] from 13 screens
U.S.A box office
4,746 USD [Rs. 3.38 lacs] from 42 screens
Canada box office
5,517 USD [Rs. 3,93 lacs] from 12 screens