Before getting into the filmography and box office analytics of Sara Ali Khan, let know more about the beauty queen and successful star.
Who Is Sara Ali Khan?
Sara Ali Khan is an Indian actress who predominantly works in Bollywood films. The actress is one of the young and rising stars in the Hindi film industry. The actress also called ‘Sara’.
She is making her acting debut with Abhishek Kapoor directed romantic-drama film Kedarnath (2018) opposite Sushant Singh Rajput. Her second film Simmba (2018) also set to release in the same month on 28 December 2018.
Sara is the elder daughter of actor Saif Ali Khan and his first wife actress Amrita Singh and granddaughter of the former captain of the Indian national cricket team Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and actress Sharmila Tagore. She was born on 12 August 1993 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Her father first married to actress Amrita Singh in October 1991. Amrita (61) is almost 12 years older than Saif (49). [More]
Sara Ali Khan Box Office Collection
In Bollywood, every year more than 100 movies released in the Hindi language. But not every one of them gets the success at the box office what it deserves. Sometimes amazing movies can’t able to recovers the investments. Below are the complete list and details of Sara Ali Khan: Filmography, Box Office, Hit/Flop, Analytics & More.
The numbers in B.O (box office) column indicates Indian rupee in crore. And this indicates India’s Nett collection of the film. Nett BO Collection means the collective sum of the ticket value sold at the counter after reduction of entertainment tax. Blockbuster, superhit, and hit films are categorized/considered as a hit. Similarly, average, flop, disaster films are counted as a flop.
Success Ratio: 100%
Total Domestic Collection (Nett): ₹306.74 Cr.
Release: 28 Dec 2018.
Release: 7 Dec 2018.
Learn More About The Box Office
A film will be considered as a hit when the distributor recovers the investments. Suppose a producer invested ₹20 crores to make a film. Then either the producer sells the film to a distributor or shares the profit. Nowadays, the trend is to sell the movie to distributors. Movies with good star cast sold at good price. Usually, producers don’t get a share of profit or loss in such a scenario. Though the producer is always a winner.
After that, distributors bought the film right by paying ₹35 crores. And then invest another ₹15 crore on its promotion. So the cost is now ₹50 crores. Now, the distributor ‘distribute’ the film to regional distributors who, next, distribute it to theatres. Now the distributor had to share his profit after reduction of taxes with these regional distributors and theatre owners.
For the distributor to recover his ₹50 crores, the film should collect approx. ₹80 crores. If it recovers the amount or anything above this, this will be considered a hit then superhit then blockbuster. That means distributors win or loss equal to film verdict.
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