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Brothers Tuesday (5 Days) Box Office Collection: Might Not Cross 100 Crores

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Brothers starring Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra has been doing decent business at the Indian Box Office. The film went on to have the second highest opening of 2015.

Brothers Box Office collection over the first weekend was, trade expert Taran Adarsh reported, "#Brothers has ₹ 50 cr+ weekend. Fri 15.20 cr, Sat 21.43 cr, Sun 15.45 cr. Total: ₹ 52.08 cr. India biz."

The film has done well in the overseas market as well, "#Brothers Overseas opening weekend: $ 2.41 million [₹ 15.77 cr]. Performed best in UAE-GCC."

Brothers First Weekend (3 Days) Box Office Collections: Crosses 50 Crores

While the Akshay Kumar starrer has done no where near what Salman Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan did at the Box Office, nevertheless the collections are pretty good and decent for a Bollywood film.

On Monday the footfalls were lesser the opening day, the bad reviews from critics seems to be spreading which resulted in less footfalls!

But in reality, the film is good and majority of the viewers who have watched the movie have liked it! Monday and Tuesday collections are Rs 6.23 crores, Rs 5.11 crores respectively, reported Taran, "#Brothers Fri 15.20 cr, Sat 21.43 cr, Sun 15.45 cr, Mon 6.23 cr, Tue 5.11 cr. Total: ₹ 63.42 cr. India biz."

Trade experts have predicted, that at this rate the film may not cross Rs 100 crores in the domestic market!

Check out what the leading sites have told about Brothers...

The Gaurdian

Brothers review - Akshay Kumar is lead Weeble in feeble Warrior remake.

Hindustan Times

Brothers review: The film is so dramatic it loses impact.

Movie Talkies

Oh, that sound of bones being crunched, men getting into deadly grunts and beastly bodies falling off with a loud thud - This is what the core of Brothers is. Yes, all of that is in the second half of the film with the first primarily acting as a ...

Firstpost

There was a time when Bollywood didn't bat an eyelid at copying a foreign film and passing the copy off as an original. With the arrival of Hollywood studios on Indian shores, those days are gone. Now there are legal teams that will take producers to ...

Reuters Blogs (blog)

The makers of "Brothers" did the honourable thing by buying the official remake rights of Gavin O'Connor's 2011 film "Warrior", but they couldn't resist adding a dash of Bollywood flavour. Director Karan Malhotra takes O'Connor's tale of a broken ...

New York Times

These words ring out again and again during the mixed martial arts tournament that dominates the second half of Karan Malhotra's body-thudding, blood-spurting Hindi movie "Brothers ... Blood Against Blood." It's also the question that might be asked of ...

IBNLive

Think about it: it's got an alcoholic deadbeat father, a pair of warring siblings, and a dying child. Brothers, directed by Karan Malhotra, sticks to the same themes and works with the same clichés, but it also amps up the melodrama and restructures ...

NDTV

An overblown, ultra-violent melodrama, Brothers spills a lot of blood and breaks plenty of bones on the way to establishing the primacy of fraternal love. The collateral damage that the film inflicts isn't confined to the screen alone. Its excesses ...

Times Of India

Review: So, Brothers is essentially Akshay Kumar's triumph, with some knock-out moments - and a few punches that fall flat. Gary Fernandes (Jackie) is a prize-fighter married to Maria (Shefali). They have one son, David (Akshay) - and then, Monty ...

Mid-Day

The two brothers vie for the MMA championship and end up facing each other in the ring at one point, ending in a fantastic finale. The film actually belongs to the two brothers. Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra have literally put their blood and ...

Zee News

Helmed by Karan Malhotra, 'Brothers', revolves around the family-ties that have gone sour. The hunks-- Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra hit the big screens with a bang and are seen essaying the role of brothers, David Fernandes and Monty Fernandes ...

Financial Express

Brothers review; Execution of Akshay Kumar starrer is too loud and patchy. Brothers review: Akshay Kumar starrer is a high-pitched and nauseatingly violent drama about a family torn apart by a dark and tragic past and then struggling to get over the ...

Mumbai Mirror

When Indian filmmakers remake an international blockbuster, they know they're in trouble. And this remake of Warrior (2011) isn't spared. Indianising the script can sometimes pickle it beyond repair. Even though, for most, it's only fair. Can you ...

Daily News & Analysis

The best part about Warriors was that both brothers had genuine motivation and reason to win the tournament. As an audience, you didn't know which brother to root for because both justifications were equally strong. In Brothers, Karan Malhotra takes ...

The Hindu

Genre: Action drama. Director: Karan Malhotra. Cast: Akshay Kumar, Siddharth Malhotra, Jackie Shroff, Shefali Shah, Ashutosh Rana, Jacqueline Fernandez. An old school potboiler where self-sacrificing mother is the cause of fire, Brothers simmers with ...

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