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Preview and 5 days Collections of Abhishek Kapoor’s Fitoor
Preview and 5 days Collections of Abhishek Kapoor’s Fitoor, let’s find out.
Starring – Aditya Roy Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, and Tabu.
Director – Abhishek Kapoor of Rock on (hit) and Kai Po Che (hit) fame.
Produced by – UTV
Budget – 60 crores approx
Critics total average rating – 2.5/5 (Average)
Screens – 1225 in India, 460 overseas
Strong – Nowhere
Weak – you name it, it’s there.
Unfortunately, CHARLES THE GREAT DICKENS (resting in grave, after FITOOR doubtful?) would be disappointed 1st at the lack of expectations by the public which reflects through the collections which are so poor that the movie will be kicked out of halls in 1st week itself and secondly he would be angrier with the makers for not doing justice to a masterpiece written by him, because okay opening was poor, but word of mouth could have been positive and helped but that too didn’t happen as the audience couldn’t digest.
1st day: 3.61 crores approx
2nd day: 4.55 crores approx
3rd day: 5.96 crores approx
1st-weekend collections: 14.12 crores approx
4th day: 1.70 crores approx
5th day: 1.45 crores approx
Total Indian collections in 5 days: 17.26 crores approx
Overseas weekend collection: 10.24 crores approx
In October 2013, Disney UTV announced its upcoming production Fitoor, a Bollywood adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel Great Expectations to be directed by Abhishek Kapoor with Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif signed as the lead pair. Rekha was confirmed to join the cast in January 2014, but later opted out and replaced by Tabu. The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Rahul Bhat, Akshay Oberoi, Lara Dutta, Suchitra Pillai, and Andy Von Eich in supporting roles.
Principal photography began in Srinagar, Kashmir in November 2014 and continued at the famous Nishat Bagh on the banks of the Dal Lake in summer capital Srinagar in January 2015. The film was also shot at Humayun’s Tomb in Nizamuddin East, Delhi in March 2015. The remaining portion of the film was shot in Mehboob Studios, Filmistan Studios, and Film City, Mumbai from April to September 2015. In September 2015, the cast and crew flew off to Poland to shoot the last leg of the film at the Goetz Palace, Brzesko, and Warsaw’s traditional and contemporary art galleries. On 2nd October, the shooting of the project was completed.