Bride & Prejudice

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $6,601,079Details
International Box Office $18,667,961
Worldwide Box Office $25,269,040
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$7,000,000
Theatrical Release: February 11th, 2005 (Limited) by Miramax
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sexual references.
Keywords: Bollywood From Around the World, Modern Adaptation
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Musical
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Aishwarya Rai    Lalita Bakshi
Martin Henderson    Will Darcy
Alexis Bledel    Georgie
Naveen Andrews    Balraj Bingley
Daniel Gillies    Johnny Wickham
Ashanti Douglas   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Gurinder Chadha

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/21 25 $62,979   32 $1,968   $882,610 11

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/11 20 $385,848   32 $12,058   $385,848 3
2005/02/18 24 $321,502 -17% 32 $10,047   $819,631 10
2005/02/25 19 $856,488 +166% 156 $5,490   $1,800,562 17
2005/03/04 19 $732,361 -14% 180 $4,069   $2,789,917 24
2005/03/11 15 $826,724 +13% 282 $2,932   $3,861,584 31
2005/03/18 15 $637,836 -23% 288 $2,215   $4,812,473 38
2005/03/25 18 $484,423 -24% 261 $1,856   $5,577,333 45
2005/04/01 24 $247,867 -49% 192 $1,291   $6,015,623 52
2005/04/08 27 $132,332 -47% 155 $854   $6,231,156 59
2005/04/15 34 $104,472 -21% 148 $706   $6,385,129 66
2005/04/22 47 $54,953 -47% 101 $544   $6,481,176 73
2005/04/29 55 $30,186 -45% 69 $437   $6,538,905 80
2005/05/06 59 $17,614 -42% 37 $476   $6,571,426 87
2005/05/13 72 $9,856 -44% 15 $657   $6,588,350 94
2005/05/20 71 $7,329 -26% 12 $611   $6,601,079 101

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