Bombay Velvet (2015) Box Office Collection Day Wise

Bombay Velvet (2015) Box Office Collection Day Wise

Bombay Velvet (2015) Box Office Collection Day Wise India, Overseas, Budget, Footfalls, Territory breakup and Box Office verdict

Bombay Velvet is a Bollywood crime thriller drama film released on 15 May 2015, directed by Anurag Kashyap

Produced by Vikas Bahl and Vikramaditya Motwane written by Vasan Bala, Gyan Prakash, Anurag Kashyap and S Thanickachalam

Film features Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Karan Johar, Kay Kay Menon, Manish Chaudhary and Satyadeep Mishra

Produced under Phantom Films bannner and distributed by Fox Star Studios

Movie Bombay Velvet made in the budget of 120cr. and collected 23.71cr. nett India and 43.20cr. gross worldwide

Bombay Velvet (2015) Box Office Collection Day Wise

Bombay Velvet (2015) Box Office Collection Day Wise

DayBox Office India Nett
Day 01 Fri May 155cr.
Day 02 Sat May 165.25cr.
Day 03 Sun May 175.60cr.
Day 04 Mon May 182cr.
Day 05 Tue May 191.66cr.
Day 06 Wed May 201.40cr.
Day 07 Thu May 211.24cr.
Week 0122.15cr.
Week 021.50cr.
Week 030.05cr.
Week 040.01cr.

Box Office India Net Collection : 23.71cr.

Box Office India Gross Collection : 31.66cr.

Overseas Gross Box Office Collection : 11.54cr.

Worldwide Gross Cox Office Collection : 43.20cr.

Budget : 120cr.

BO Verdict Disaster

Footfalls : 22.25 lacs (Number Of Tickets Sold)

India Share : 10.79cr.

Territory Breakup 

East Punjab2.68cr.
Tamil Nadu & Kerala0.45cr.
West Bengal1.45cr.
Bihar & Jharkhand0.40cr.

Overseas Collection Major Regions



The film was planned as a trilogy in 2009. It was going to be produced by Danny Boyle. The first part would star John Abraham. This part would be the 1960’s ( Ranbir Kapoor’s role). The second part would star Aamir Khan. This would be the 1970’s. The final part of the trilogy would star Shah Rukh Khan. This would be the 1980’s. When Danny Boyle left the project, Anurag decided to scrap part 2 and 3.

1960’s Bombay was recreated in Sri Lanka and the majority of the film has been shot there.

The opening trumpet music played in the beginning of the trailer is taken from Feroz Khan’ s Qurbani’s title music. That instrumental part was used in the title sequence of Qurbani.

Karan Johar, who plays the antagonist in the movie, charged only 11 Rupee as his fee.

The movie is based on historian Gyan Prakash’s book Mumbai Fables.

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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