Hrithik’s Most Awaited Movie ‘Mohenjo Daro’ Vs Akshay’s ‘Rustom’ Movie Till Date Box-Office Worldwide Collection

Mohenjo Daro Movie Collection

Hrithik’s most awaited and epic movie which consists of an exceptional ancient love story having a great side of adventure and romance to the core.

The movie Mohenjo Daro which is the recently released of Bollywood is not going too amazingly and Blockbuster like it was expected in the very beginning and while the makers are having a very great expectations from this movie, the movie didn’t go up to that mark which the other released movie went. The ‘Rustom’ movie of Akshay Kumar which s his third block-buster this year after ‘House-full 3’ and ‘Airlift’ both these movies got exceptional love from the audience and gets the prestigious love from the Akki’s lovers.

Mohenjo Daro Movie Collection

The movie ‘Mohenjo Daro’ which is one of the most exceptional ideas of Bollywood movie by Ashutosh Gowariker, who is also the director of the movie, Ashutosh has seriously done 3 years of research to develop this script by working closely with archaeologists to ensure the authenticity of this exceptional and fictional story.

The story of this movie is about a farmer who comes to the grandest city of that time the city is Mohenjo Daro, and while roaming in the city he saw a beautiful girl which is of much higher status then him the role of farmer is being played by Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde. Hrithik’s movie is on much bigger hype then Akshay’s one because Mohenjo Daro movie was released in 2500 screens and was much better in screen count in terms of Rustom.

All the factors like star-cast, production house, hype and promotions didn’t let the movie stand up to that point which was expected. The movie opened with about 40% occupancy and collected around 8.87 crore net on the box-office.

The two day collection of Hrithik’s movie was 21.67 core and collection till the first weekend was 30.54 crore. Both Rustom and Mohenjo Daro have together collected around 80.96 crore net at the box-office but they both together failed to collect an amazing and expected 100cr. in their first weekend.

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