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United Kingdom Box Office for Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
United Kingdom Box Office $2,631,292Details
Worldwide Box Office $5,806,666Details
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$9,200,000
United Kingdom Releases: November 16th, 2012 (Wide)
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 89 minutes
Keywords: Bollywood, Posthumous Release, Romance, Prologue, Cross-Class Romance, Non-Chronological, Faulty Memory
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Yash Raj Films
Production Countries: India


Shah Rukh Khan    Samar Anand
Katrina Kaif    Meera
Anushka Sharma    Akira
Rishi Kapoor   
Neetu Singh   
Anupam Kher   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Yash Chopra
Screenwriter    Aditya Chopra
Screenwriter    Devika Bhagat
Producer    Aditya Chopra
Executive Producer    Aashish Singh

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 1st, 2012

December 31st, 2012

This week on the home market is actually worse than last week, by a considerable degree. There are no first-run releases, and only two releases are in the top 2000 on the Amazon sales chart. Ouch. Furthermore, those two releases are Cosmopolis and Being Human: Season Two and I'm still waiting for the screeners for both films. Being Human: Season Two is easily the best pick coming out this week and since the Blu-ray is the same price as the DVD, it is the Pick of the Week. More...

Per Theater Chart: Hitching a Ride to the Top

November 27th, 2012

It was a particularly busy week on top of the per theater chart with seven films topping the $10,000 mark. Leading the way was Hitchcock with an average of $16,924 in 17 theaters. This is good for a limited release, but not great, and given the competition at this time of year, it needed to be great to survive. Anna Karenina expanded from 16 theaters to 66 earning an average of $13,580. Again, this is good, but not great. Rust and Bone was next with an average of $13,577 in two theaters. If it had sold just one more ticket, it would have earned second place instead of third on this list. Lincoln actually saw its per theater average grow reaching $12,724. It has already expanded truly wide and it should expand at least a little bit more. Likewise, Silver Linings Playbook should also expand more, as its per theater average this week was $11,945; however, it likely won't expand wide. The overall box office leader, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, was next up with an average of $10,723. The Central Park Five topped $10,000 on the per theater chart, barely, with an average of $10,190 in three theaters. Skyfall was the final film in the $10,000 club with an average of $10,069. It is pretty rare for a film to remain above that mark for three weeks in a row. More...

International Box Office: Twilight is Breaking the Bank

November 21st, 2012

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 opened internationally and dominated the chart with $199.45 million on 13,400 screens in 61 markets during its first weekend of release. It opened in a number of major markets, scoring first place in all of them. In the U.K., the film made $25.20 million on 558 screens, while it also topped $20 million in Russia with $21.97 million on 1,366. In France, the film pulled in $16.56 million on 823 screens, while in Brazil it earned $12.24 million on 1,213 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $17.87 million. In Spain it made $11.76 million on 1,052 screens over the weekend and $12.11 million including previews. It earned $10.58 million on 856 screens over the weekend in Italy for a total opening on $13.34 million. Mexico was close behind with $9.94 million on 2,642 screens over the weekend and $12.29 million in total. It didn't hit the $10 million market in South Korea; in fact, it barely earned first place there with $5.91 million on 665 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.17 million. A local hit, A Werewolf Boy was right behind, but more on that below. More...

Per Theater Chart: Dawn of a Busy Day

November 20th, 2012

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 led the overall chart and the per theater chart. Its average was $34,660, which is especially impressive, as it was playing in more than 4,000 theaters. The next best release was Silver Linings Playbook, which earned an average of $27,688 in 16 theaters. This suggests a strong potential to expand, while its reviews suggest a strong word-of-mouth and some Awards Season buzz. Anna Karenina was next up with an average of $20,043, also playing in 16 theaters, but the reviews suggest it will struggle if it tries to expand. The Comedy opened in New York this week after playing in Los Angeles last week and it did really well earning $13,150. Both members of last week's $10,000 club remained above that mark this week with Lincoln earning an average of $11,859 and Skyfall earning an average of $11,727. One final note, while Jab Tak Hai Jaan didn't quite reach that mark with an average of $8,022 in 160 theaters, it debuted on Tuesday. In total, it made $1.94 million, which would have given it an average of $12,136, had it made that over the weekend. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Twilight Shines Bright for Lionsgate

November 19th, 2012

While The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 wasn't quite as strong as predicted, it still had a monster opening. Likewise, the two big holdovers both fell a little further than anticipated. The only film in the top five that really beat expectations was Lincoln. Fortunately, all of the films in the top five came close enough to matching the predictions that the overall box office was still very strong. Compared to last week, the box office grew by 44% to just under $250 million. Compared to last year, the box office grew 12%, which is a much more important number. Year-to-date, 2012 has pulled in $9.41 billion and is now 4.8% above last year's pace. It is still technically possible that 2012 will fail to match last year at the box office, but it is ferociously unlikely. More...

Limited Releases: There's Always a Silver Lining

November 16th, 2012

There's good news and bad news this week when it comes to limited releases, and both focus on the same film: Silver Linings Playbook. At the beginning of the month, this was one wide release I was really looking forward to and I thought it had a real chance of being a sleeper hit. However, it was moved up a week and is rolling out in limited release this week before expanding to select cities next week. It should be the biggest hit this week, but expanding wide is never an easy task. There are a few other limited releases this week that have earned some measure of pre-release buzz, but none of them have earned reviews to match. More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2012/11/16 3 $1,441,946   85 $16,964   $1,441,946 1
2012/11/23 6 $320,456 -78% 64 $5,007   $2,101,063 2
2012/11/30 9 $126,026 -61% 33 $3,819   $2,400,494 3
2012/12/07 14 $56,293 -55% 25 $2,252   $2,511,520 4
2012/12/14 13 $27,641 -51% 15 $1,843   $2,563,728 5
2012/12/21 16 $3,746 -86% 2 $1,873   $2,582,428 6
2012/12/28 21 $5,561 +48% 3 $1,854   $2,594,687 7
2013/01/04 24 $4,613 -17% 2 $2,307   $2,631,292 8

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Lithuania 10/14/2016 $4,590 41 41 68 $9,210 11/15/2016
Malaysia 11/15/2012 $59,586 12 12 36 $106,145 12/12/2015
North America 11/13/2012 $1,283,585 160 164 324 $3,047,539 12/3/2014
United Kingdom 11/16/2012 $1,441,946 85 85 229 $2,631,292 12/13/2015
Vietnam 3/29/2013 $5,713 7 7 11 $12,480 12/14/2015
Worldwide Total$5,806,666 11/15/2016

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