Welcome to New York (comedy, drama) Sonakshi Sinha. “A sloppy recovery agent and a fashion designer become part of a big Bollywood event in New York – and chaos ensues.”
The standard version of this film is showing at 55 theaters across America. Visit this link to check for a theater and showtime near you.
The 3D version of this film is showing at 31 theaters across America. Visit this link to check for a theater and showtime near you.
Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety (romantic comedy) “Titu is going to marry the perfect woman. Titu’s best-friend Sonu doubts Sweety’s character and tries to break the marriage while Sweety tries to do opposite and which leads to war between Bromance and Romance.” TRAILER
This film is showing at 47 theaters across America. Visit this link to check for a theater and showtime near you.
“Welcome to New York” will surely be the front runner of these two movies on Monday, but it’s doubtful that either one will earn the big money.
At the end of its first week, “Aiyaary” has collected Rs. 16.14 *crore. It crashed severely during the first week-day stretch, and is not likely to recover over a second weekend with two new films releasing. It may top out at just over 20 crore, which is a far cry from its 65-crore budget. Unfortunately, this film will be in the flop column for 2018.
At the end of its second week-day stretch, Akshay Kumar’s “Pad Man” has a total of Rs. 76.65 crore. Reports of the budget for this film continue to be inconclusive, but the majority of the reports indicate the film is a hit, having exceeded its budget in collections. One new article today reports “Pad Man” is the first profitable film of 2018, with a budget of 37 crore. Having earned only 4.75 crore over its second week-day stretch, however, it’s doubtful Akshay’s latest will earn enough to make the top ten at the end of the year. It may top out between 80 and 85 crore.
“Padmaavat” managed 4.03 crore over its fourth week-day stretch. With total collections now at Rs. 280.53 crore, it looks like the year’s first big-earner may be slowing down. It will need a very strong fifth week if it hopes to reach 300 crore, but it doesn’t look like that will happen. Still, it has set the benchmark high for the year’s remaining films!
On the world-wide charts, the total collections are now at Rs. 525 crore! It still holds position 10 on the list of highest-grossing films in Indian cinema history, just under “Tiger Zinda Hai” at number nine.
* 1 crore = 10,000,000 rupees