Hollywood films continue to shine at the Indian box office. "The Jungle Book," which is the highest grosser film of 2016 in India, completed 50 days at the box office, while "Captain America: Civil War" completed three-week run.
Jon Favreau's 3D live-action computer animated film "The Jungle Book" completed 50 days with a gross income of Rs. 255 crore (Rs. 183.94 crore nett) from the box office. "The Jungle Book" is one of the most loved films released in India this year, thus the film continued to entertain the audience in its seventh week. In fact, the seventh-week collection of "The Jungle Book" was better than third-week earnings of "Captain America: Civil War."
"Captain America: Civil War" minted Rs. 35 lakh on its third Friday, Rs. 65 lakh on Saturday, Rs. 70 lakh on Sunday, Rs. 26 lakh on Monday, Rs. 23 lakh on Tuesday, Rs. 23 lakh on Wednesday and Rs. 21 lakh on Thursday.
While "The Jungle Book" minted Rs. 34 lakh on its seventh Friday, Rs. 56 lakh on Saturday, Rs. 67 lakh on Sunday, Rs. 28 lakh on Monday, Rs. 25 lakh on Tuesday, Rs. 24 lakh on Wednesday and Rs. 23 lakh on Thursday.
"#TheJungleBook collected ₹ 2.57 cr in Week 7, taking the 7-week total to ₹ 183.94 cr nett. Gross: ₹ 255.47 cr. India biz. ATBB," trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.
While the Favreau directorial has grossed more than Rs. 255 crore, Chris Evans-starrer "Captain America: Civil War" (CACW) is all set to gross Rs. 100 crore in India. The film has grossed Rs. 82.30 crore (Rs. 59.25 crore nett) from the Indian box office, till now.
"#CaptainAmericaCivilWar collected ₹ 2.63 cr in Week 3, taking the 3-week total to ₹ 59.25 cr nett. Gross: ₹ 82.30 cr. India biz," Adarsh tweeted.
[1 lakh = 100,000 | 1 crore = 10 million | 100 crore = 1 billion]