Salman Khan’s Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai released on Eid, May 13, through a subscription algorithm where the audience could watch it on Zee’s digital platforms and in theatres around the world. In India, where theatres are closed as the country battles with the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the film released in just three theatres. Zee5, the pay-per-view network where the film first aired, has earned critical acclaim.
With much of a wait here we introduce you to the business of radhe.
1. Salman Khan’s films are known for making a lot of money at the box office. Radhe, on the other hand, was only released in Tripura’s north-eastern state in three theatres: two in Agartala and one in Dharmanagar (SSR Dharmanagar).
2.Radhe’s overall first-weekend collection in India was Rs 10,432 on day one, according to a trade source (Thursday, May 13). Friday’s collections were around Rs 22,518; Saturday and Sunday’s collections were around Rs 13,485 each, bringing the four-day weekend total to around Rs 59,920.
3. According to reports, the film received 4.2 million views on its first day. The film had a successful release in 40 countries across foreign boundaries, including the Middle East, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Europe.
4.Since the release of this film coincided with the Eid holidays in Dubai and the rest of the UAE, Radhe performed well in the region. Radhe has made about $1.875 million, according to Box Office India The Gulf market provided the majority of the revenue for this Salman Khan star, with the UAE bringing in $1 million over the weekend; however, there was a decrease in revenue in the UAE on Saturday.
5.Despite the second wave of Covid-19, fear psychosis over visiting cinemas, and easy availability of the film online, it is praiseworthy that the small but significant number of viewers went to watch Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai in cinemas. The producers didn’t expect any collection from theatres in India. Salman Khan even said it on record. In this regard, the collections are not bad at all.”
6.During a conversation with journalists last week, Salman Khan said, “The box office collection of Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai will be nil.” This will be the lowest-grossing Salman Khan movie ever. Allow people to be happy or sad about it. In India, it is being released in a small number of theatres, and the number of theatres in other countries is also smaller than average. As a result, the box office take will be very low.”
- Day 1 – Rs. 10,432
Day 2 – Rs. 22,518
Day 3 – Rs. 13,485
Day 4 – Rs. 13,485
Total – Rs. 59,920
- Radhe – Your Most Wanted Bhai starring Salman Khan, Disha Patani and Randeep Hooda has collected approx. 14,305 USD [Rs. 10.45 lacs] on its third day from 52 screens.
U.K box office summary
Day 3 [19 May – Wed] – 14,305 USD [Rs. 10.45 lacs] from 52 screens
Day 2 [18 May – Tue] – 6,457 USD [Rs. 4.71 lacs] from 20 screens
Day 1 [17 May – Mon] – 8,118 USD [Rs. 5.92 lacs] from 20 screens.
Australia box office
Day 7 – 10,031 USD [Rs. 7.34 lacs] from 53 screens
Day 6 – 15,661 USD [Rs. 11.44 lacs] from 57 screens
Day 5 – 19,085 USD [Rs. 13.97 lacs] from 53 screens
Day 4 – 55,742 USD [Rs. 40.84 lacs] from 68 screens
Day 3 – 88,658 USD [Rs. 64.96 lacs] from 68 screens
Day 2 – 74,966 USD [Rs. 54.93 lacs] from 69 screens
Day 1 – 48,706 USD [Rs. 35.77 lacs] from 66 screens
New Zealand box office
Day 7 – 2,212 USD [Rs. 1.61 lacs] from 15 screens
Day 6 – 2,889 USD [Rs. 2.11 lacs] from 16 screens
Day 5 – 3,877 USD [Rs. 2.84 lacs] from 13 screens
Day 4 – 12,411 USD [Rs. 9.09 lacs] from 25 screens
Day 3 – 16,091 USD [Rs. 11.79 lacs] from 21 screens
Day 2 – 13,701 USD [Rs. 10.03 lacs] from 27 screens
Day 1 – 8,258 USD [Rs. 6.05 lacs] from 20 screens
9.When it comes to Radhe’s online success, the Salman Khan star has been one of the most-watched films on streaming platforms, as well as one of the lowest-rated films on IMDb, with a score of 1.7
10.Initially, the deal was supposed to net Salman and the film’s producers Rs. 230 crore from the sale of the rights to ZEE. Salman Khan would have made a profit of Rs. 130 crore in that situation. At the moment, all eyes are on ZEE’s revenue from the Pay Per View model, which might set a precedent for future films.