Bombay Velvet 2nd Day Collection: 1st Saturday Box Office Report
Bombay velvet Poster feat. Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma

Bombay Velvet 2nd Day Collection: Bombay Velvet collected 5.1 crores on 1st Saturday as per early estimates.

Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma starer historical drama Bombay Velvet was released on Friday amidst a lot of expectations. Bombay Velvet was one of the most anticipated movies of the year primitively because of Ranbir Kapoor and Anurag Kashyap. But, the movie failed to meet the expectations and got off to a disastrous start at Box Office.

After a disastrous opening day with the collection of 5.2 crores, the movie continues its poor run on second day. As per the early estimates, Bombay Velvet collected only 5 crores on second day. This is a terrible start for such a big budget movie. Bombay Velvet was released on 2600 screens and with Ranbir Kapoor and Anurag Kashyap backing, we were expecting a decent 10 to 12 crores start from the movie.

Bombay Velvet 2nd Day Collection: Occupancy Report

The movie opened to poor occupancy of 15 to 20% across the country. The occupancy on 2nd day remains more or less the same as the reviews from critics as well as the audience were poor. Bombay Velvet is mainly targeted to niche multiplex audience so we can’t expect it to perform at single screens and mass centers. Performance on single screens and mass centers was pathetic with an average occupancy of around 10%.

With 5.2 crores, Bombay Velvet is the 8th highest opening day grosser of 2015. Opening day collection of Bombay Velvet is even less than Tevar, Ek Paheli Leela and Piku.

Bombay Velvet Day wise Box Office Collection

Bombay Velvet 1st Day Collection: 5.2 crores
Bombay Velvet 2nd Day Collection: 5.1 crores 
Since, the movie received poor reviews and response from public as well as critics, it would be difficult for it to survive at Box Office. The movie is expected to close the first weekend with the Box Office collection of around 15 Crores.

The movie is made on a mammoth budget of 120 crores. As predicted by us, Bombay Velvet will be one of the biggest flops of the year. Big disappointment for Ranbir Kapoor and Anurag Kashyap fans.

What’s your reaction on Bombay Velvet?


  1. I think this wasn't appropriate time for releasing BombayVelvet. They had liberty to choose releasing date, if such a big movie was understake they must have used some holiday to atleast have a grand first day collection. They even committed a big mistake by releasing it after Roy, due to shrinked the charm of Ranbir after Roy. If they had released it earlier in December as they planned it earlier they must have recovered bigger amount than they will.