Published On: Tue, Jan 5th, 2016

Ho Mann Jahaan earned Rs32.5 million on initial two days

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The Pakistani film industry is facing the new revival by new releases as pursuing the release of Jawani Phir Nahi Ani (JPNA) the local movie industry has witnessed the mounting task by Ho Mann Jahaan release. It has seen the similar excitement.

The Asim Raza-directorial debut of 2016 has organized to collect a gigantic Rs32.5 million on the initial two days of its release. It was the successful opening which seems to be well on track for Rs 50 million weekends; a landmark predictable by the producers prior to its release.

Ho Mann Jahaan saw the impressive opening week because there was not any other competition and the hype surrounding Shah Rukh Khan’s Dilwale was released almost one week ago and was dying down.

An official of ARY Films told that “Ho Mann Jahaan earned around Rs15 million on day one but day two saw a steady increase in box office returns with the film going on to record earnings in the range of Rs17.5 million,”

Nadeem Mandviwalla, the Managing Director of Mandviwalla Entertainment, told that the movie traced a constant turnout of over “95%” on the weekend.

He further added that “Apart from the early morning and the late night shows, the movie has seen full occupancy,” Mandviwalla further continued that the imminent week was seeing still good for Ho Mann Jahaan because of the high number of advance bookings.

The Super Cinemas in Lahore has also enlarged its quantity of shows for Ho Mann Jahaan pursuing the devastating response it took. Khorem Gultasab, the General Manager of Super Cinemas, had previously posted on tweeter that “Full house for Ho Mann Jahaan at Super Cinema, had to add more shows on Saturday and Sunday.”

The Pakistani film Ho Mann Jahaan was released on 1 January almost across 85 screens in Pakistan.

 

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Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.