On Eid-ul-Azha the Pakistan industry saw thunderous response at the cinema halls with two much anticipated films. Two big films graced the silver screen; London Nahi Jaunga and Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad. The films opened to an astounding response overall.
London Nahi Jaunga‘s collections:
7 days total (26.6 crores official, 24 crores sources)
10 days total (35.21 crores official, 32 crores sources)
14 days total (40.1 crores official, 40 crores sources)
20 days total (47.2 crores official, 44.1crores)
After successfully running for over three weeks in the international market, London Nahi Jaunga is still going strong. The film has even given a tough competition to Bollywood’s big banner film Shamshera. Despite being a Yash Raj production and a Ranbir Kapoor film, Shamshera’s opening weekend collection at the global box office failed to impress.
According to figures provided by Comscore, London Nahi Jaunga earned better in the 3rd weekend of its release in the UK and Ireland than what Shamshera collected in its first weekend.
LNJ’s total collection was 46,710 Great Britain pound, over 1 crore 28 lacs PKR approx, while Shamshera’s remained 43,688 GBP that amounts to nearly 1 crore 20 lacs PKR.
Though LNJ is screening in only 35 screens while Shamshera is available at 62 screens.
London Nahi Jaunga stars Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat and Kubra Khan.
The box office figures of Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad are polarsing. While the makers of the film claim the figures till date to be around 37 crore, trade pundits are claiming much lesser numbers.
However this Fahad Mustafa-Mahira Khan starrer is a successful film, none the less.
Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad’s collections:
7 days total (20 crores official)
10 days total (28 crores official)
14 days total (37 crores official)