Anushka Sharma who produces her first film ‘NH10’ has became one of the youngest producers in the history of Indian cinema to produce a film. Now its box office collection stands at Rs 17.30 crore. The most important thing is that she has turned a profit.
The actress which is also the main lead in the film is praised from critics and audience alike. The film tells the story of a dark, gritty and somewhat violent tale of honor killings.
The NH10’s business has been good in spite of the A’ rated tag from the censor board. We take a look at the economics of the film to analyze its overall profitability for the filmmakers in this special box office report.
Cost of Production: Rs 9.00 crore
Cost of Marketing (P&A): Rs 5.00 crore
TOTAL COST: Rs 14.00 crore
India Theatrical Box Office: Rs 17.30 cr (As of 17-Mar-2015)
Producer’s share @ 45% (A): Rs 7.79 cr
Overseas Theatrical Box Office: Rs 4.07 cr (As of 17-Mar-2015)
Producer’s share @ 50% (B): Rs 2.04 cr
Satellite Rights (D): Rs 4.50 cr (Anticipated)
Home Video, Music & Ancillary Rights (C): Rs 1.50 cr
TOTAL RECOVERIES (A+B+C+D): Rs 15.82 cr)
PROFIT: Rs 1.82 crore