Brothers Crosses 85 Crores Worldwide on Opening Weekend

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

Brothers Box Office CollectionsBrothers 1st weekend box office collections – well, the movie did superb business on its opening weekend and this is called the brilliance from every aspect and every sense of the word. Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer this action packed movie has been delivering awesome business so far and the film has earned greatest business up to now in domestic as well as international market.

In domestic market, Brothers 1st weekend box office collections have reached to the whopping sum of 52.08 crores, which is undoubtedly an astonishing and mind boggling figure to rave big about. As far as the overseas market is concerned, the film has done decent business as well.

Brothers 1st Weekend Box Office Collections

In overseas market, according to the latest reports, Brothers has earned around 15.36 crores. Gross business in India so far is 70.30 crores, thus adding the overseas business, the opening weekend business worldwide turns out to be 85.66 crores. Wow! Great going…! Also read other posts like Ravi Dubey throws a special screening for his wife’s debut movie Angrej (photos).

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