Blockbuster Kabir Singh starring Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani is now in the sixth week of its release, the film had a great run at the Indian box office. After its glorious 38 days of theatrical run, the movie has collected ₹ 275.96 Crore in India and ₹ 369.58 Crore gross worldwide. The film is continuing its stronghold despite facing competition from Article 15, Super 30, Judgementall Hai Kya, and The Lion King.

The film was theatrically released in India on 21st June 2019 and received mixed reviews, with criticism directed at it for glamorising misogyny and toxic masculinity, though Shahid’s performance was praised. At the box office, it became Kapoor’s highest-grossing film as a sole male star. Emerged as the highest grossing Bollywood film of 2019 and entered into the Top-10 highest Hindi grosser films of all time.

Highest Grossing Films in India :

Position Movie Release Year Domestic Nett.
1 Baahubali 2 (Hindi dubbed) 2017 ₹ 510.98 Crore
2 Dangal 2016 ₹ 387.38 Crore
3 Sanju 2018 ₹ 342.53 Crore
4 PK 2014 ₹ 340.80 Crore
5 Tiger Zinda Hai 2017 ₹ 339.16 Crore
6 Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 ₹ 320.34 Crore
7 Padmaavat 2018 ₹ 302.15 Crore
8 Sultan 2016 ₹ 300.67 Crore
9 Dhoom 3 2013 ₹ 284.27 Crore
10 Kabir Singh 2019 ₹ 275.96 Crore*

Kabir Singh is an official remake of Telugu blockbuster movie Arjun Reddy starring Vijay Deverakonda and Shalini Pandey in titular roles. Sandeep Reddy Vanga who has directed the original film has helmed the remake as well. It is jointly produced by Cine1 Studios and T-Series. The film focuses on the title character, an alcoholic surgeon who goes on a self-destructive path after his girlfriend is forced to marry someone else.

Kabir Singh began its theatrical run with ₹ 20.21 Crore and emerges as Shahid Kapoor’s biggest opener ever beats Padmaavat first day collection of  ₹ 19 Crore. The movie also starring Soham Majumdar, Arjan Bajwa, Nikita Dutta, Suresh Oberoi, Adil Hussain and Kamini Kaushal in supporting roles.

Kabir Singh was released across 3616 screens worldwide which includes 3123 screens in India and 493 in overseas. It is made on a budget of ₹ 60 Crore including the Production cost and Prints & Advertising Cost.

Day Wise Domestic Collection :

Days Box Office Collection
Friday ₹ 20.21 Crore
Saturday ₹ 22.71 Crore
Sunday ₹ 27.91 Crore
Monday ₹ 17.54 Crore
Tuesday ₹ 16.53 Crore
Wednesday ₹ 15.91 Crore
Thursday ₹ 13.61 Crore
2nd Friday ₹ 12.21 Crore
2nd Saturday ₹ 17.10 Crore
2nd Sunday ₹ 17.84 Crore
2nd Monday ₹ 9.07 Crore
2nd Tuesday ₹ 8.31 Crore
2nd Wednesday ₹ 7.53 Crore
2nd Thursday ₹ 6.72 Crore
3rd Friday ₹ 5.40 Crore
3rd Saturday ₹ 7.51 Crore
3rd Sunday ₹ 9.61 Crore
3rd Monday ₹ 4.25 Crore
3rd Tuesday ₹ 3.20 Crore
3rd Wednesday ₹ 3.11 Crore
3rd Thursday ₹ 3.32 Crore
4th Friday ₹ 2.54 Crore
4th Saturday ₹ 3.75 Crore
4th Sunday ₹ 4.05 Crore
4th Monday ₹ 1.65 Crore
4th Tuesday ₹ 1.60 Crore
4th Wednesday ₹ 1.55 Crore
4th Thursday ₹ 1.52 Crore
5th Friday ₹ 1.03 Crore
5th Saturday ₹ 1.65 Crore
5th Sunday ₹ 2.30 Crore
5th Monday ₹ 0.82 Crore
5th Tuesday ₹ 0.82 Crore
5th Wednesday ₹ 0.77 Crore
5th Thursday ₹ 0.71 Crore
6th Friday ₹ 0.35 Crore
6th Saturday ₹ 0.55 Crore
6th Sunday ₹ 0.70 Crore
Total ₹ 275.96 Crore

 

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