Dear Zindagi box office collection has been tremendous ever since the movie was screened in theatres. The film is in fact, one of the most successful films screened in the year 2016. The film managed to live up to the user’s expectations. Ever since the movie was released in theatres, it received people’s love and respect.
The film has a nice music and storyline and features none other than Shah Rukh Khan, Alia Bhatt, who impressed their audience with their skillful acting. You can see the charm of SRK in the movie that has been successful connecting today’s youth. Albeit, the film happened to be a tremendous hit, it also witnessed tremendous box office collection as well.
As per the market research, Dear Zindagi box office collection surged great heights. It collected a whopping Rs. 44 Crores in day 6. While all these factors proved major contributors to make the film successful at the box office, niche release and marketing also became one of the trigger factors as well.
Dear Zindagi was released on November 25, 2016 in almost 1200 screens across the country. By doing so, the filmmakers not only managed to enhance the occupancy levels, but also able to reduce the distribution costs. The movie continued to show its tremendous performance in the overseas markets as well. Dear Zindagi box office collection in the overseas markets also helped it to become one of the most successful films in terms of revenue collection.
Dear Zindagi box office collection surged was Rs. 27.45 Crores in 4 days
The film was screened in almost 600 screens overseas and collected and collected a mammoth Rs. 27.45 Crores in 4 days. However, if you look at the worldwide collection of the movie, the figure crosses Rs. 89 Crores. The Gauri Shinde directorial film was made on an average budget of almost Rs. 22 Crores.
It’s been speculated that film makers spent almost 35 Crores on account of advertisement and marketing costs. By judging all these factors, the movie was successful in registering a profit of over 50 Crores in a matter of just 6 days. This figure comes out by considering the worldwide collections.