Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon has performed rather decently at the Indian Box Office on the opening day of Kapil Sharma’s big debut in Bollywood.
Abbas-Mastan, the directors who tried to do something different by launching Kapil as the hero in their very first comedy flick has done wonders for them. Kapils popularity and performance in the otherwise dim-witted comedy has helped pull audience into the theaters. Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon has released in over 1500 screens across the country, a rather low number owing to the competition from Madhur Bhandarkar’s Calendar Girls and Kunal Khemu’s Bhaag Johnny.
Had Kapil’s movie got more screens, it would have easily grossed double the money. As of now, the trade experts have reported that the film’s opening day collection will be around Rs 7-8 crores. Reports suggest that the movie may even end up recording the highest opening of a debutant’s film. Having made on a budget of Rs 15 crores, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon might easily recover it’s making cost and prove to be profitable investment for the makers. While the morning shows saw 40% occupancy, noon, evening and night shows saw 80-90% occupancy in single screen theaters in north India. This assures good collections for the movie. Check out the tweets from viewers about Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon.