The John Abraham-starrer Batla House, directed by Nikkhil Advani, was released today in theaters. The film is inspired by true events, and is based on the controversial 2008 Batla House encounter case in Delhi. Despite receiving positive reviews, the film had a sluggish opening at the box office.
However, predictions suggest that the business of the film is likely to see an increase in collections as the weekend progresses. The film’s cast includes John Abraham, Mrunal Thakur, Ravi Kishan, and Nora Fatehi.
The plot of the film revolves around the events of the Batla House encounter, which occurred on September 19, 2008, in the Batla House neighborhood of Delhi. The encounter resulted in the deaths of two Indian Mujahideen terrorists and the arrest of two others.
The film follows the story of DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, played by John Abraham, who leads the encounter and faces accusations of carrying out a fake encounter. The film is a gripping thriller that explores the complexities of the case and the political and societal pressure that DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav faced.
Despite the slow start, it’s predicted that the film’s word of mouth and positive reviews will help the film pick up over the weekend. The film has been praised for its performances, direction, and storytelling. With a powerful cast and an intriguing true-life story, Batla House is expected to be a hit at the box office.
In this box office report, we will examine the performance of the film Batla House in the overseas markets on its 11th day of release (Sunday). The film, directed by Nikkhil Advani and starring John Abraham, Mrunal Thakur, Ravi Kishan and Nora Fatehi, is based on the controversial 2008 Batla House encounter case in Delhi, India.
The film had a sluggish opening at the box office but predictions suggest that the business of the film is likely to see an increase in collections as the weekend progresses.The film is a thriller that explores the complexities of the case and the political and societal pressure that the lead character faced.
In particular, we will take a look at the box office collections of Batla House in the overseas markets on Day 11 (Sunday) of its release. This will provide us with an idea of how well the film is performing in international markets and how it is resonating with audiences abroad. We will analyze the box office figures, compare them to previous days, and consider how they may impact the overall performance of the film in the overseas markets.
The film is expected to do well in overseas markets, especially in countries with a large Indian diaspora. With its strong cast and an intriguing true-life story, Batla House is expected to continue to perform well at the box office in the coming days. The film has been praised for its performances, direction, and storytelling.
Australia box office
4,327 USD [Rs. 3.11 lacs] from 10 screens
New Zealand box office
3,486 USD [Rs. 2.50 lacs] from 12 screens
U.K box office
3,950 USD [Rs. 2.84 lacs] from 13 screens
U.S.A box office
21,014 USD [Rs. 15.12 lacs] from 46 screens
Canada box office
11,832 USD [Rs. 8.51 lacs] from 13 screens