Dil Dhadakne Do tells the story of a dysfunctional Punjabi family on a cruise trip.
Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists
|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 6401-6500)
|All Time International Box Office (Rank 6401-6500)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 8001-8100)
|All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 701-800)
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||June 5th, 2015 (Limited) by Eros Entertainment|
||May 7th, 2015 (Limited) (Australia)
June 4th, 2015 (Limited) (New Zealand)
||vs. Meet the Patels|
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||Bollywood, Dysfunctional Family, India, On a Boat, Wedding Anniversary, Family Vacations, Animal Lead, Character POV shot|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Junglee Pictures, Excel Entertainment|
July 14th, 2015
The $10,000 club was busier that it was last week with four films earning a per theater average of more than $10,000. This includes the overall number one film, Minions, which earned an average of $26,905 in over 4,000 theaters. The best limited release was Tangerine with an average $15,171 in four theaters. I thought this might be a little too niche to find a large audience, but perhaps I was wrong. Up next is Baahubali: The Beginning, which was also a surprise hit with an average of $13,559 in 236 theaters. It is very rare for a Bollywood film to do that well. The final film in the $10,000 club was Do I Sound Gay? with $11,000 in its lone theater.
June 9th, 2015
There was only one film in the $10,000 club, Testament of Youth, which opened with $13,252 in four theaters. There was one other film, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, which earned an average of $8,699 in two theaters over the weekend. However, it was a Wednesday release and its average over five days was $12,657.
June 7th, 2015
Going into the weekend, any one of three films could conceivably win at the box office, with a fourth wide release having the potential to act as a spoiler by pulling away some of the audience from the others. In the event, the right film won, if one goes by the reviews, with Spy! pulling in $30 million to take the prize. That’s basically a par score for Melissa McCarthy, compared to Bridesmaids’ $26 million start, the $34.5 million debut of Identity Thief, The Heat’s $39 million, and Tammy’s $21.5 million. Paul Feig directed McCarthy in Bridesmaids, The Heat and now Spy!, so it’s a par score for him too.
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