This week the Marathi theatres witnessed two amazing releases “And Jara Hatke” & “Half Ticket”. Read on to find Half Ticket 3rd day Sunday and early estimates of its 1st (first) weekend box-office earning/business report from Indian and Worldwide screens.
The life journey of two slum boy brothers is garnering great reviews from critics and viewers. The film is truly a gem in Marathi cinema. The film bagged whopping number of eyeballs on big screens in its opening weekend so we are expecting very good numbers over the box-office.
Half Ticket First (1st) Weekend Report | Indian & Overseas Report
The film has opened to massive response from the public. It has generally got an approval rating of 80% based on 87 reviews with an average rating of 4.6 out of 5.
The Marathi remake of the 2015 award winning Tamil film “Kaaka Muttai” is winning hearts with great performances and very well shot scenes. The director Samit Kakaad modified the film a little to suit the taste of Marathi film viewers. Though the film’s title is Half Ticket but its not being made half hearted.
A huge rush of audience at the screens on its 2nd day of business i.e Saturday shows great work by Samit Kakkad and team. As today is Sunday so housefull shows at some screens is expected. Without any big star name associated with it, it is proving that the content is the king.
Though the numbers are yet to reveal by the film makers but seeing its occupancy rate and booking stats, the film is expected to take a opening of Rs 2-3 crore and mint a total of Rs 10 crore on its opening weekend from Worldwide.
Half Ticket is a story of two slum kids and their absolute focus to get what they cannot dare to dream of. The major crowd puller of the film is that like other movies it doesn’t exploit the poverty instead it has a social message for everyone.
Seeing such a wonder piece of cinema by Indian film maker is very encouraging for viewers too. The movie is a technical marvel. You definitely don’t miss this chance to see a film upon poverty, desires, dreams and never say die spirit of very human being.