My Birthday Song 2nd Day Box Office Collection




Latest Hindi movie ‘My Birthday Song’ did not show any improvement in its performance at India’s box office. The Bollywood offering, which features Sanjay Suri, Nora Fatehi, Zenia Starr and Pitobash Tripathy in leading roles, witnessed steady theatre occupancy on Saturday. Apart from registering poor business in domestic arena, the Hindi movie could not earn a big monetary profit in overseas.

Samir Soni’s directorial venture took decent start to its box office journey on the opening day. Witnessing 10-15% occupancy in the cinema halls, the Bollywood flick collected a total income of Rs 0.001 crore on first day of its release. On following day, the movie could not receive a huge response from public spectators and failed to earn an expected amount of box office collection on day 2.

Produced by Sanjay Suri, the Hindi movie faced box office competition with adjacently released Bollywood films ‘Vodka Diaries’ and ‘Nirdosh’. The two latest releases are also struggling hard to catch a strong response from the audiences. All these three films have been experiencing the impact of box office clash with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer action film ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’.

Sanjay Suri’s latest production released on very few number of screens in south Indian states. The romantic movie witnessed huge box office clash with Nandamuri Balkrishna starrer ‘Jai Simha’. The Telugu offering still has a strong hold in various cinema halls situated across the Telugu speaking states. ‘My Birthday Song’ faced low occupancy in the theatres located in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Megastar Suriya’s latest Tamil movie ‘Thaanaa Serndha Koottam’ too attracted a major chunk of audiences in Tamil speaking regions. The action flick caught the attention of a great number of moviegoers residing in Tamil Nadu and other Tamil speaking regions. Receiving dull response from film-watchers in Tamil speaking state, Samir Soni’s directorial project could not perform well at Andhra Box Office.

In foreign countries, the movie hit very less number of screens. Failing to acquire the dominance over major chunk of cinema halls located in the overseas, the new Hindi offering witnessed tremendous box office competition with the latest Hollywood movies. Gaining very poor response from the foreign audiences, the newly released Bollywood movie collected decent box office income in the international market.




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