Border (1997) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Border (1997) Box Office Collection Day Wise India Overseas, Budget, Territory breakup, Footfalls, Share and Box Office Verdict

Border is a Bollywood war film released on 13 June 1997, directed, produced and written by J. P. Dutta.

Set during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, it is an adaptation of real life events that happened during the Battle of Longewala in 1971.

This multi-starrer features Sunny Deol, Jackie Shroff, Suniel Shetty, Akshaye Khanna, Puneet Issar, Sudesh Berry and Kulbhushan Kharbanda

Tabu, Pooja Bhatt, Rakhee, Sharbani Mukherjee, Amit Pal and Hemant Chaudhury

Blockbuster music of the movie composed by Anu Malik and Background score by Adesh Shrivastava

Produced and distributed by J P Films

Movie Border made in the budget of 10cr. and movie collected 39.45cr. nett India to become All Time Blockbuster

Border (1997) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Border (1997) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

DayBox Office India Nett
Day 01 Fri June 131.10cr.
Day 02 Sat June 140.90cr.
Day 03 Sun June 151.18cr.
Day 04 Mon June 160.97cr.
Day 05 Tue June 170.79cr.
Day 06 Wed June 180.70cr.
Day 07 Thu June 190.66cr.
Week 016.30cr.
Week 025.75cr.
Week 035.10cr.
Week 044.75cr.
Week 054cr.
Week 063.70cr.
Week 073.10cr.
Week 082.35cr.
Week 091.78cr.
Week 101cr.
Rest Of Run1.62cr.
Total39.45cr.

Box Office India Net Collection : 39.45cr.

Box Office India Gross Collection : 63.68cr.

Overseas Gross Box Office Collection : 1.89cr.

Worldwide Gross Cox Office Collection : 65.57cr.

Budget : 10cr.

Box Office Verdict All Time Blockbuster

Footfalls : 3.70cr.(Number Of Tickets Sold)

India Share : 25.70cr.

Territory Breakup 

TerritoryCollection
Mumbai12.73cr.
Delhi-U.P9.54cr.
East Punjab3.93cr.
Rajasthan2.26cr.
CP2.57cr.
CI1.41cr.
Nizam-AP2.02cr.
Mysore0.95cr.
Tamil Nadu & Kerala0.66cr.
West Bengal1.54cr.
Bihar & Jharkhand1.34cr.
Assam0.24cr.
Orissa0.26cr.

Overseas Collection Major Regions

CountryCollection
Australia$
UK£
USA/Canada$325,000
Gulf$

Trvia

This movie is based on the real life battle of Longewella from the 1971 IndoPak war. However, the Indian casualties during this incident amounted to no more than 2 soldiers and the movie thus exaggerates casualties for dramatic purposes.

Kuldip Singh Chandpuri is an Indian Army officer known for his heroic leadership in the famous Battle of Longewala, for which he was awarded Maha Vir Chakra (MVC) by the Indian Army. His role was portrayed by Sunny Deol in this movie.

J. P. Dutta’s brother was an Indian Air Force pilot who died in a Mig crash in 1987, the film is dedicated to him. While making the film, Dutta referred to diaries he had written at the time about his brother’s experiences.

The aircraft used in this war were highly authentic Hawker Hunters which happened to be at the end of their service life in the Indian Air Force. They maintained their unit logos during filming.

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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