Salman Khan’s Tubelight collected a sum of Rs. 19.09 cores on Monday which is the second highest from Bollywood this year in 2017/ However despite this the film will be termed a loss considering the budget of the movie and also the fact that Monday was a holiday. So the real value is not so good for Tubelight.
Here is collection report on Monday for various Hindi films:
|Badrinath Ki Dulhania||12.08|
|Jolly LLB 2||7.26|
|The Ghazi Attack||1.55|
|Meri Pyaari Bindu||0.85|
Here is a verdict on Tubelight: well in plain words, Salman Khan’s latest flick Tubelight is a flop at the box office and the distributors are going to lose money and in some case some distributors may have to shut their shops as well because of the huge losses that they made.
Budget of Tubelight:
Tubelight has been made on a budget of 100 crores which excludes the fees of Salman Khan. The theatrical rights of the film wass sold at Rs. 132 crores while the digital rights of the film was sold at 92 crores, The musical rights of the film was sold at a price of 20 croers while, overseas rights fetched 38 crores, so overall, the film made good money for the producers but the distributors are seeing big losses considering the film is refusing to pick even on Monday when the festival of Eid was celebrated.
Producers have already made handsome money from the film but its the distributors and the exhibitors which are at a loss. The recovery for distributors can be anywhere around 70 crores. Overseas collection are even worse.
The verdict for Tubelight is that it is a flop in India and a disaster of a film overseas.