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Lakshya (2004) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Lakshya (2004) Box Office Collection Day Wise India, Overseas, Budget, Footfalls, Territory breakup and Box Office verdict

Lakshya is a Bollywood war drama film released on 18 June 2004, directed by Farhan Akhtar

Produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani Story by Javed Akhtar and Music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy

Film features Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Preity Zinta, Sharad Kapoor, Om Puri, Sushant Singh and Parmeet Sethi

Produced under Excel Entertainment banner and distributed by UTV Motion Pictures

Movie Lakshya made in the budget of 30cr. and collected 23.55cr. nett India and 41.68cr. gross worldwide

Lakshya (2004) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

Lakshya (2004) Box Office Collection Day Wise India

DayBox Office India Nett
Day 01 Fri June 182.19cr.
Day 02 Sat June 192.33cr.
Day 03 Sun June 202.58cr.
Day 04 Mon June 211.67cr.
Day 05 Tue June 221.24cr.
Day 06 Wed June 230.97cr.
Day 07 Thu June 240.80cr.
Week 0111.78cr.
Week 025.53cr.
Week 033.06cr.
Week 041.71cr.
Week 050.85cr.
Week 060.36cr.
Week 070.10cr.
Rest Of Run0.16cr.
Total23.55cr.

Box Office India Net Collection : 23.55cr.

Box Office India Gross Collection : 34.32cr.

Overseas Gross Box Office Collection : 7.36cr.

Worldwide Gross Cox Office Collection : 41.68cr.

Budget : 30cr.

BO Verdict Flop

Footfalls : 78.46 lacs. (Number Of Tickets Sold)

India Share : 12.27cr.

Territory Breakup 

TerritoryCollection
Mumbai8.44cr.
Delhi-U.P5.81cr.
East Punjab1.55cr.
Rajasthan1.03cr.
CP0.92cr.
CI0.56cr.
Nizam-AP1.34cr.
Mysore1.08cr.
Tamil Nadu & Kerala0.61cr.
West Bengal1.46cr.
Bihar & Jharkhand0.50cr.
Assam0.10cr.
Orissa0.13cr.

Overseas Collection Major Regions

CountryCollection
Australia$
UK£287,000
USA/Canada$754,000
Gulf$

Trivia

The highest crane shot ever done for a feature film was done on 13 October 2003 with a 24ft Giraffe crane at 17.796 ft above the Tanglangla Pass (17582 ft) in Ladakh, India.

The vast majority of the non-speaking Army roles in the film were filled by real-life soldiers of 13th Battalion, The Punjab Regiment. (In the film, the unit portrayed is 3rd Battalion, The Punjab Regiment.)

‘Javed Akhtar’ returns to scriptwriting in this movie after more than 14 years. Main Azaad Hoon (1989) had been the last movie in which he wrote.

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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