Tubelight box office collection day 10: Salman Khan film collects Rs 110.07 crore

Tubelight box office collection day 10: Considering how Salman Khan's films perform during on Eid, distributors have paid a titanic sum for film's theatrical rights. Given film's average show at the box office, distributors will not be able to make the profit.

Written by Dipti Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: July 3, 2017 5:27 pm
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Tubelight might have touched the golden figure of Rs 100 crore, but distributors who had high expectations from Salman Khan’s Eid release are left disappointed. Trade experts are already calling Tubelight – one of the biggest debacles in Salman Khan’s career after Wanted. Considering how Salman Khan’s films perform during Eid, distributors have paid a titanic sum for film’s theatrical rights. Tubelight’s average box office show further dashes distributors’ hopes to make profit.

Kabir Khan directorial put up an average show during the second weekend with earnings of Rs 3 crore on Sunday. Tubelight collected a mere Rs 7.5 crore during the second weekend. The film has so far amassed Rs 110.7 crore, according to boxofficeindia.com.

Film trade expert Girish Johar told indianexpress.com that Tubelight needs to earn Rs 300-350 crore for distributors to make any profit. “Distributors have bought the film at high prices considering how Salman Khan’s film performs on Eid. They were expecting the film to do an overall box office business of Rs 300-350 crore so that they can make profit,” Girish said

The theatrical rights of Tubelight were sold for Rs 132 crore. It’s also reported that TV and music rights were sold for Rs 55 crore and Rs 38 crore respectively. Girish Johar said that TV and music rights deals would depend on film’s overall box office collection.

“These days buyers except those who have bought theatrical rights make a box office link deal with makers where they dole out a certain figure to makers depending on how the film has performed at the box office. I am assuming that satellite rights buyers have also made a smart deal. So the whole economics of the pre-sale deals are bound to change,” Girish said.

Girish also says that Tubelight will not gain from the absence of any big movie getting released this weekend as usually happens. “The public has not gone to watch the film. Had they liked Tubelight, people would have gone to watch the film after Eid. So I don’t think the absence of any big movie this weekend is going to benefit Salman Khan film,” Girish said. The film is expected to collect Rs 125 crore during its lifetime at the box office.

Industry sources say that distributors have lost a sizeable amount of money on Salman Khan’s film. “Distributors who have bought the film’s theatrical rights have lost some money. They can lose around Rs 50-70 crore on the film,” a source told indianexpress.com.

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    Alisha
    Jul 4, 2017 at 2:25 pm
    Salman I love you and your films I liked tube light but it was very sad.
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      avisek bose
      Jul 4, 2017 at 6:32 am
      rustom hase released in 2300 to 2400 screen and earn 128 cr. appox. and tubelight released 4400 to 4500 screen and will earned maximum 128 cr. may be. because distributors provides him almost double screen they want more money from film. they want at least 200cr. net income from the film. otherwise they will face loss.
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          Parag Kumar Sarma
          Jul 3, 2017 at 11:24 pm
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          chitta
          Jul 3, 2017 at 7:49 pm
          Salman Khan sahruk Khan amir Khan are biggest superstar in Bollywood. Other people learn from them how to act.
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            Syed Kiyanoosh
            Jul 3, 2017 at 4:32 pm
            Kabir Khan needs good amount of luck and business sense. Phantom also bombed at box office, whereas 'Ek tha Tiger' was a super hit. He write stories suitable to the Star's popular image. Deviation warrants disaster. Best of luck with the Tiger movie of Ali Zafar.
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              Imran Khan Imran Khan
              Jul 3, 2017 at 3:40 pm
              Salman khan is cashing his nam only otherwise there is nothing to watch this movie. Even Pakistani movie yalghar and mehr un nisa lub u is 1000 better then tubelight. I am very sory salman bhai ab apko fathers aur g fathers k role karne chahea ha. Shadi k qabil to ap ab waisw hi nahe rahe. Chalo films ma hi baap aur dada banane ka shouq pora kar lo salu bhai.
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                Suresh
                Jul 3, 2017 at 10:27 am
                Aaminaji Pl don't be disappointed for lynching Ur PM MODIJI is taking v strict action against this incidence India is secular united In Pakistan lynching on Hindus occurring regularly pak is terrorist country pl protest against pak also From suresh haryana
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                  Dumpster
                  Jul 3, 2017 at 10:14 am
                  Time to throw in dustbin media created pot bellied 50 year old super stars. These are not stars nor ACTORS. Real actors are nawajudiin siddhiqui , irfan khan. They are real artist. Lost o fake superstars in bollywood. They have never condemend pakistan. Because they sell their movies there. Fake people Fake stars.
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