Box Office

UK Box Office: New releases ‘Phone Bhoot’, ‘Mili’ fail to make a mark

New Hindi releases for the weekend 4th-6th November failed to make a mark at the UK Box Office. Three new original Hindi films released on 4th November; Zee Studios’ Mili starring Janhvi Kapoor, Cinestaan AA Films’ Phone Bhoot starring Katrina Kaif, and Double XL starring Huma Qureshi.

Phone Bhoot is produced by Excel Entertainment and released in 65 locations across the UK. It only took £24,213.49 over three days, with a very low site average of £372.52. The film managed to gross the highest numbers out of all three new Hindi releases, but also had the widest release.

Mili opened in 44 locations, raking in £17,402.39, with a higher site average than Phone Bhoot; £395.51. In Ireland, the film opened in 2 locations, taking  £521.71, with a site average of £260.85.

Double XL, produced by T-Series was primarily filmed in London, and opened in just 8 locations. The film had a disastrous opening of just £968.55 over three days, averaging to £121.07  per site.

Sidharth Malhotra starrer Thank God played across 12 locations in its second weekend raking in £8,235.00, with a site average of £686.25. The total gross of the film stands at £115,307.

Zee Studios’ Ram Setu took £3,007 in its second weekend from 10 locations, with a site average of £ 300.70. The total gross stands at £96,482.

Other Indian titles opened on 4th November include; Oye Makhna: £34,077.95 from 68 locations, Gandhada Gudi: £10,150.71 from 22 locations, Padavettu: £ 7,426.64 from 44 locations, Like Share & Subscribe: £6,267.94  from 20 locations, Urvasivo Rakshasivo: £2,115.50 form 12 locations, Nitham Oru Vaanam: £2,041.15 from 9 locations, and Coffee With Kadhal: £190.25 from 3 locations.

Data is compiled and supplied by comscore.

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