Aankhen (2002) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Aankhen (2002) Box Office Collection Day Wise India, Overseas, Budget, Footfalls, Territory breakup and Box Office verdict

Aankhen is a Bollywood thriller film released on 5 April 2002, directed by Vipul Shah and Produced by Gaurang Doshi

Story by Aatish Kapadia, Vipul Shah and Shobhana Desai Music by Jatin-Lalit, Adesh Shrivastava and Nitin Raikwar

This multi starrer features Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Sushmita Sen, Arjun Rampal, Paresh Rawal, and Aditya Pancholi

Produced and distributed by V R Pictures

The film is an adaptation of Shah’s own Gujarati play Andhalo Pato (Blindman’s Buff)

Aankhen made in the budget of 17cr. and movie collected 17.48cr. nett India and 33.80cr. Gross worldwide

Aankhen (2002) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Aankhen (2002) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

DayBox Office India Nett
Day 01 Fri Apr 051.20cr.
Day 02 Sat Apr 061.10cr.
Day 03 Sun Apr 071.33cr.
Day 04 Mon Apr 081cr.
Day 05 Tue Apr 090.87cr.
Day 06 Wed Apr 100.70cr.
Day 07 Thu Apr 110.47cr.
Week 016.67cr.
Week 025.35cr.
Week 033.58cr.
Week 041.27cr.
Week 050.39cr.
Total17.48cr.

Box Office India Net Collection : 17.48cr.

Box Office India Gross Collection : 28.64cr.

Overseas Gross Box Office Collection : 5.86cr.

Worldwide Gross Cox Office Collection : 33.80cr.

Budget : 17cr.

Box Office Verdict Average

Footfalls : 94.93lacs (Number Of Tickets Sold)

India Share : 9.51cr.

Territory Breakup 

TerritoryCollection
Mumbai7.38cr.
Delhi-U.P3.61cr.
East Punjab0.89cr.
Rajasthan0.96cr.
CP0.97cr.
CI0.50cr.
Nizam-AP0.90cr.
Mysore0.54cr.
Tamil Nadu & Kerala0.28cr.
West Bengal0.79cr.
Bihar & Jharkhand0.46cr.
Assam0.09cr.
Orissa0.08cr.

Overseas Collection Major Regions

CountryCollection
Australia$
UK£232,000
USA/Canada$530,000
Gulf$

Trivia

The film had two endings; the makers felt the Indian audience will not fathom Amitabh Bachchan’s character not getting justice. Hence the ending for the Indian audience had Amitabh repenting and being locked away by the police, the moralistic ending. The overseas ending shows Amitabh bribing the police and on the loose chasing Akshay Kumar and Arjun Rampal.

Bipasha Basu had a larger role, but her scenes were edited out, leaving her with just a special appearance in one of the songs.

The original title of the movie was “All The Best”, but while in production, the filmmakers decided to change it to a Hindi title, believing that an English title wouldn’t be so appealing to the Indian audience.

Shreyas Talpade makes an uncredited one scene appearance as the tea shop vendor.

Disclaimer: The Box Office Data are compiled from various sources and by our own research. These data can be approximate and Bollywood fever does not make any claims about the authenticity of the data.

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