Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (2024): Box Office Collection Everyday

The action-packed big-muscled stars’ cinematic venture, “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan,” has opened well at the box office. The story with two officers in sharp contrast: Firoz (Akshay Kumar) and Rakesh (Tiger Shroff), who are given the responsibility to follow up the culprit and recover a stolen package containing vital information for the future of India. They are joined by Pam (Alaya F) and Misha (Manushi Chhillar) in the unfolding drama and action. Below is the detailed analysis of the performance on the first few days:

Performance during Opening Week

DateDayRankDaily Collection (INR)% ChangeTheatersAvg. Collection (INR)Cumulative Total (INR)
Apr 10Wednesday13₹8,94,155567₹12,510₹8,94,155
Apr 11Thursday10₹6,86,778-23.1%567₹12,120₹15,80,933
Apr 12Friday15₹11,89,848+73.3%567₹20,912₹27,70,781
Apr 13Saturday13₹17,18,936+44.4%567₹30,312₹44,89,717
Apr 14Sunday12₹10,78,960-37.2%567₹19,008₹55,68,677

Movie Review

The movie took a fabulous start at the box office and it kept growing on a constant note—marked by collections that were going upwards from its release day. Saturday’s collections have been the highest single day, but then that is only natural for a fresh release with a peak in weekend viewership. Post this, however, it did rebound quite swiftly. So definitely, it shows high market appeal, likely thanks to the popular cast and enormous marketing push. Other generally common behaviors that the audiences take note of include changes in daily gross of the film, which in turn usually peaks during the weekends.

Cast and Crew

In that 2024 remake of “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan,” Akshay Kumar is roped in to play Firoz, aka Freddy or Bade Miyan, while Tiger Shroff plays Rakesh or Rocky, called Chote Miyan. The contrast in their dynamics sets up the story of the film. The film has an ensemble cast of Alaya F, who plays Pam, and Manushi Chhillar, who plays Misha, a character with an important contribution to the plot. Prithviraj Sukumaran plays Kabir, essaying a character that is known as Mr. X in the movie.

The movie is to be helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar, who himself has had some success with his projects in the action genre. He tried to mix high-octane action with real emotion for a larger target audience. The screenplay is written by Zafar, Aditya Basu, and Vashu Bhagnani. Bhagnani is also associated as a producer, ensuring high production values and a grand scale that is typical of Indian cinema’s biggest spectacles.


The movie has taken a good opening on the strength of Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff with his colleagues, among others, in the star-studded cast, and “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” looks on course for a good run at the box office. Box office success is underlined by strong weekend takings and a draw of the high-voltage storyline and experienced star cast. It now remains to be seen in the coming weeks whether it can hold its own against new cinematic offerings.

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