Dilwale Box Office Analysis Final Verdict Hit or Flop Profit or Loss

Check out Detailed Final Lifetime Box Office Collections Analysis of Dilwale Final Verdict – Dilwale Hit or Flop and Total Profit or Loss for everyone involved with this film.

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Release Date:- 18/12/2015
Star Cast:- Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon
Director:- Rohit Shetty
Produced by:-  Red Chillies Entertainment Pvt. Ltd
Distributed by:-  Individual Distributors (India) + Disney – UTV (Overseas)
Music Director:- Pritam
Release Size :-  3000 Screens

Dilwale Analysis and Final Verdict Hit or Flop Profit or Loss

Box Office
Opening/First Day Collections:- 21 cr
First Weekend Collections (4 Days) :- 65.09 cr
First Week Box Office Collections :- 10.2.88 cr
Lifetime India Box Office Collections :- 148 cr
Lifetime Box Office Overseas Collections:-  US $ 24 M (Expected) (160 cr- USD at 66 INR)

Costs (Estimated)
Production Cost (Red Chillies Entertainment) – 100 cr (Minus Shah Rukh Khan’s Fees)
Prints and Publicity Cost – 30 cr
Total Costs to Recover for Producers  – 130 cr
India Theatrical Rights (All Territories Sold) – 125 cr
Overseas Theatrical Rights (Sold to Disney – UTV)– 45 cr

Revenues
India Theatrical Final Distributor Share :- ~75   cr
Overseas Final Distributor Share – 70 cr
Satellite Rights:- 50 cr (Sony )
Music Rights :-  20 cr (Sony Music)
Home Video rights :- 3 cr

Total Recovery/Profit/Loss :-
For Producers
(130 cr + 45 cr + 50 cr + 20 cr + 3 cr – 130 cr ) = 118 cr Profit (Shah Rukh Khan fees estimated at 40-45 crores atleast. Final Profit 70-75 crores for Producers)
For Distributor –
India :-  125 cr – 75 cr (Huge Loss of 50 crores – Detailed Break up below )
Overseas :- 70 cr – 45 cr (Huge Profit of 25 crores)
Total Gross Collections  :-

204 cr (India) + 160 cr (Overseas) = 364 cr

VERDICT :- SEMI HIT

Detailed Break of Distrubutor Prices and Shares

Delhi/UP and East Punjab Rights bought for 35 cr – Final Distributor Share – Delhi/UP – 12.5 cr East Punjab – 6.5 cr – Loss – 16 cr (48 %)
Mysore Rights bought for 8.4 cr – Final Distributor Share – 4.5 cr (Expected) – Loss – 3.9 cr (45 %)
CP-Berar Rights bought for 8.11 cr – Final Distributor Share – 4.3 cr (Expected) – Loss – 3.8 cr (46 %)
Rajasthan Rights bough for 8.5 cr – Final Distributor Share – 4.2 cr (Expected) – Loss – 4.3 cr (54 %)
CI Rights bought for 6.25 cr – Final Distributor Share – 3 cr (Expected) – Loss – 3.25 cr (55 %)
East India Circuit rights bought for 10 cr  Final Distributor Share – 12 cr (Bihar + WB + Assam + Orissa) Profit – 2 cr (20 %)
Tamil Nadu Kerala Rights bought for 3.75 cr – Final Distributor Share – 2.25 cr (Tamil Nadu +Kerala) Loss- 1.5 cr (40 %)
Nizam/Andhra rights sold for 9 crore – Final Distributor Share – 5 cr  Loss- 4 cr (44 %)
Mumbai Circuit released by Haksar Group and PVR (35 cr MG) – Final Distributor Share – 19 cr (Expected) Loss – 16 cr (45 %)
Note – The shares are estimated amount. Final Shares will be updated after few weeks. However it should be close to this.

Other Key Points

Shah Rukh Khan’s Third Highest Opener after Happy New Year and Chennai Express
Shah Rukh Khan’s Third Highest Grosser in India howver his Highest Ever Grosser in Overseas Market.
The film is an All Time Blockbuster in Overseas Territory. The film is the fourth highest all time overseas grosser behind PK, Dhoom 3 & Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
 The film is the third consecutive 300 cr + Worldwide Grosser for Shah Rukh Khan. Only Other Actor do so is Shah Rukh Khan.
Dilwale again proves that in terms of Overseas Popularity and Success, now one has been as consistent as Shah Rukh Khan.

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