Here is some good news for all Hrithik Roshan's fans. Despite clashing with superstar Shahrukh Khan's Raees, Kaabil is performing really well at the box office and that's the reason why exhibitors have decided to give more screens to the movie.
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Kaabil has already earned Rs 85.30 Crores and is inching towards Rs. 100 Crores. More details below.
Kaabil To Get More Screens
According to Bollywood Life, after watching the movie's amazing performance, exhibitors have decided to increase the screen count of the film in the second weekend. They have decided to add 200+ cinemas!
Kaabil Got Less Screens Than Raees When It Released!
Those who have come late, Kaabil got only 40 percent of screens during the time of its release. Talking about which Rakesh Roshan had said, "It's very unfortunate I got up in the morning I saw in the papers. I am very shocked".
Rakesh Roshan Wanted 50-50 Rule To Be Followed For Both The Films
Rakesh Roshan had told a daily, "They (exhibitors) are very powerful people and they are not using the power in the right direction. They are using their power in the wrong direction. The 50-50 rule exists all over the world. Why can't we too follow the same?''
But now the film-maker can breathe a sigh of relief as the exhibiters have decided to increase the shows of his film. Not just that, the movie is also releasing in Pakistan.
Kaabil Becomes The First Movie To Release In Pakistan After The Ban
Rakesh Roshan tweeted on Wednesday (1st Feb) night, "Yes it's true! Kaabil releasing tonight in Karachi at 11pm & shows starting tomorrow across Pakistan."
On a related note, despite getting just 40 percent of the overall screens in India, Hrithik Roshan starrer Kaabil is still managing to maintain quite a steady momentum at the box office. Kaabil minted Rs 5.70 Crores on Wednesday, it collected Rs 85.30 Crores in eight days.
The movie earned Rs 13.11 Crores, Rs 15.61 Crores and Rs 15.05 Crores on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively.