Salman Khan Tubelight Movie 11th Day Box Office Collection, Earning, Kamai. Tubelight 2nd Tuesday Total Box Office Business Report Indian and Worldwide: Tubelight might have touched the golden figure of Rs 100 crore, but distributors who had high expectations from Salman Khan’s Eid release are left disappointed. Trade experts are already calling Tubelight – one of the biggest debacles in Salman Khan’s career after Wanted. Considering how Salman Khan’s films perform during Eid, distributors have paid a titanic sum for film’s theatrical rights.
The theatrical rights of Tubelight were sold for Rs 132 crore. It’s also reported that TV and music rights were sold for Rs 55 crore and Rs 38 crore respectively. Girish Johar said that TV and music rights deals would depend on film’s overall box office collection. Distributors who have bought the film’s theatrical rights have lost some money. They can lose around Rs 50-70 crore on the film.
Tubelight 11th Day Collection
Tubelight, directed by Kabir Khan, is an official remake of the 2015 American war drama Little Boy, set in the backdrop of the 1962 Sino-Indian War. Like the film it has been based on, Tubelight has been panned by critics. Fans have also been not-so-accepting of Salman in a non-macho avatar.
Here is the day-to-day breakdown of Tubelight box-office collection:
Day 1 – Friday (June 23) – Rs 21.15 crore
Day 2 – Saturday (June 24) – Rs 21.17 crore
Day 3 – Sunday (June 25) – Rs 22.45 crore
Day 4 – Monday (June 26) – Rs 19.09 crore
Day 5 – Tuesday (June 27) – Rs 12 crore
Day 6 – Wednesday (June 28) – Rs 6.50 crore
Day 7 – Thursday (June 29) – Rs 4.50 crore
Day 8 – Friday (June 30) – Rs 3.25 crore
Day 9 – Saturday (July 1) – Rs 4.75 crore
Day 10 – Sunday (July 2) – Rs 5 crore
Day 11 – Monday (July 3) – Rs 3.75 crore (approx)
Approximate eleven-day box-office collection of Tubelight: Rs 123.61 crore
Tubelight also features Sohail Khan, Chinese actor Zhu Zhu, Matin Rey Tangu and late actor Om Puri in pivotal roles. Tubelight’s average show has clearly left a huge dent in distributors’ pockets. When Salman Khan was recently asked about the film’s bad reviews, the actor sportingly replied,” The critics were like really good. I was expecting minus 3 and minus 4 and they gave me 1 and 2, apparently. So, I am very pleased with that.”