Ae Dil Hai Mushkil 1st Day Friday Morning, Noon, Evening and Night Shows Occupancy Reports

After receiving the record breaking response during advance booking the much awaited day finally marked today. On the occasion of Diwali brings a huge treats for fans across the world. The film started flying high on public word of mouth that helping to pull crowed in large numbers. We already reported that the advance booking has been shattered all previous records at ticket window. And Ae Dil Hai Mushkil seems to be turned out bigger than ever in Ranbir’s career. The film kicked off its advance booking across the nation (25th October) and response just unbelievable or incredible. Being a big ticket film the cinemas across the nation packed with massive numbers. The film opened to 65-70% occupancy in the morning shows in metros multiplexes as well single screens.

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Ae Dil Hai Mushkil First Day Morning, Noon & Evening Shows Details

Ranbir’s 2016 Diwali release Ae Dil Hai Mushkil smashed the screens worldwide today. The film made on 60 Cr budget and released in 3000 screens in India and 500 screens in overseas market. After receiving the garnered response from the audience across the world now it’s time to set the box office on fire. Ranbir Kapoor star power once again proved that he is the definitely king of box office. Here check out the major circuits first day occupancy report according to bookmyshow.com.

Mumbai: The film city decently welcomed love romance and must say given the biggest gift to fans on this occasion of Diwali. The mass and class circuit for Ranbir, opened with electrifying response across the state. The film had already sold out its 40% tickets on 25th October. With the stupendous response of advance booking the film managed to open with 35-40% while matinee shows has registered record breaking response. The film running in massive numbers in BIG Cinemas: Huma – Kanjurmarg, BIG Cinemas: Little World, Kharghar, BIG Cinemas: IMAX, Wadala and many more where occupancy recorded more than 85% throughout the day

Delhi NCR (National Capital Region): The major target sector for big ticket film, the capital region and the response out there is marvelous the film superb in Cinepolis: Unity One Rohini, Delhi, BIG Cinemas: Odeon, Gurgaon, Noida and Laxminagar. The morning shows almost kicked off with 60% in multiplexes while single screens are booked with more than 70% across the region. The key circuits where the film enjoying dream runs are BIG Cinemas: Ansal Plaza, Gurgaon, PVR: Pacific, Delhi, DT Cinemas: Greater Kailash 2, DT Star Cinemas: Saket, Miraj Cinemas: Subhash Nagar, PVR: EDM, Ghaziabad, PVR: Crown Plaza, Faridabad.

Jaipur: The pink city also one of the major dominant circuits for any big ticket releases. The response in big multiplexes is quite incredible, the film opened to 65% occupancy in Raj Mandir CinemaBhagwan Das Roadwhile Cinepolis: World Trade Park shows kicked off more than 60% occupancy. The box office clash with Shivaay is the major disappoint for the movie and both movies are giving tough competition to each other.

Bengaluru: Bengaluru also turned out money spinner for Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. This is one of the highly packed occupancy circuits where morning shows occupancy recorded more than 70%, while noon and evening shows hold tight grip over the audience. The film average occupancy recorded 65-70% through out the day. The film taking huge response all over the nation due has chartbuster songs.

Other Circuits: The rest of the circuits like, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana are targeting sectors for the film. Chandigarh is on the top among these circuits where morning shows opened to 60-65% occupancy. The rest of the circuits also opened to 65-70% in the morning shows. The Ae Dil Hai Mushkil kicked off more than occupancy in evening and night show the love passion drama movie of Karan Johar all set to make another box office record at box office. Well,  the early trend suggest that the film is set to turn out biggest Diwali for Karan Johar  ever.