Tich Button Day 1 Box Office Collections
On 25 November 2022, two Lollywood movies were set to release, Zarrar and Tich Button. The data shows Farhan Saeed‘s Tich Button is giving a tough time to Shan Shahids’ Zarrar. The Lollywood Tich Button movie has done a brilliant job at the national and international box offices.
By the end of the first day, it had earned more than PKR 1.72 Crores in the country and PKR 1.27 Crores from the international box office. So on its first release day, the Tich Button movie collected PKR 2.93 Crores. It is expected that due to the overwhelming response from viewers and the strong word of mouth, the film’s collection will increase in the coming Saturday and Sunday.
Tich Button Worldwide & Domestic Box Office Collection
|Regions||Box Office Collection|
|Total Collection: PKR 2.93 Crores|
The data shows that Lahore had the highest cinema occupancy 21% with 67 shows. Karachi region had the second highest 23% occupancy with 56 total shows. The third highest share was in Faisalabad, which had a 19% occupancy with 38 total shows. The movie had done a fantastic job in other major cities of the country except for the clash with other Lollywood movies like The Legend Of Maula Jatt & Zarrar.
Total Shows And Occupancies
From a collection point of view, the Farhan Saeed and Feroze Khan starrer has surpassed Shaan’s Zarrar. Although we are unsure of the reason for this increase, it could be due to a combination of factors like the positive response to the film and the significant star cast.
Farhan Saeed, Feroze Khan, Iman Ali, and Sonya Hussyn play leading roles, while Samiya Mumtaz, Humaira Ali, Marina Khan, Qavi Khan, Raheela Agha, Sohail Ahmed, and others play supporting roles.
Some movie gurus expect Tich Button will cross PKR 25 Crores mark within its first week. The film is expected to flourish in the pre-holiday and holiday.
Note: The film’s North American box office report is yet to come in, so we’ve included the estimated collection for that region for now. We will update this article as reports come in.