Dabangg 3 Day 2 Advance Booking Report: Region-wise Full Report

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The following advance booking numbers are for DAY 2 (Saturday, 21 Dec).

Report last updated on 20 Dec, 09:35 PM IST (All Versions)

Region Theaters Shows Seats Booked/
Delhi NCR 109 1023 17.2%
Mumbai 122 1138 15.1%
Pune 44 400 12.7%
Bengaluru 77 359 21.4%
Hyderabad 63 283 36.4%
Kolkata 50 316 11.4%
Ahmedabad 42 447 10.9%
Patna 06 22 28.3%
Lucknow 16 156 12.5%
Bhopal 16 122 10.6%
Jaipur 18 177 12.6%
Bhubhaneswar 09 67 22.0%
Chennai 26 117 38.8%
Chandigarh 12 153 11.9%
Total from 14 Places 612 4780

Advance Booking Recorded as on 20 Dec 2019, 09:35 PM IST: 'Dabangg 3' advance ticket booking has seen a slight decline in the occupancy in most of the places compared to Day 1 booking. Even the number of shows have slightly come down. But still, as tomorrow is a weekend day, spot bookings/walk-ins will have a larger say in the collections than the advances. But, ideally the advance booking should've seen a rise. Looking at the current booking figures, 'Dabangg 3' might witness only a slight rise in its collections tomorrow or can even go flat. We will post the 3nd Day advance booking report in a new post at around 10:00 PM tomorrow. So, make sure you come back for the Day 3 advance update.

Compare with: Dabangg 3 Day 1 Advance Booking Report

ALSO SEE - Dabangg 3 Screen Count Report: Region-wise Multiplex & Single Screens Count.

What Do These Numbers Mean?

Wondering what these advance booking figures mean? Here's how to read it.

Theatres - Number of properties/cinemas. They are NOT number of screens. Both multiplex cinemas and single screen cinemas are counted as one property/cinema.

Shows - Total number of shows from all the properties.

Seats Booked - Percentage seats booked per show. Or in other words, average per show occupancy expressed in percentage. For example, let's assume that there are 4 shows and each show has a seating capacity of 100. And, Show One - 25 seats booked, Show Two - 10 seats booked, Show Three - 30 seats booked and Show Four - 5 seats booked. So, the average percentage occupancy(seats booked) per show is 17.5%. Even though the number of tickets sold is directly proportional to occupancy, there are other factors/variables that influence the occupancy%. As the seating capacity per show increases, the occupancy percentage usually comes down. For example, 'Audi One' with a seating capacity of 800 and 200 tickets sold has an occupancy of 25%, and 'Audi Two' a with seating capacity of 200 and 140 tickets sold has an occupancy of 70%. On the surface, if we go by the occupancy%, 'Audi Two' appears to have sold more number of tickets, but it is 'Audi One' which has more tickets sold but shows lesser occupancy% because of its larger denominator. So, the average seats per show has an influence on the occupancy%. And, as the seats in all cinema halls of all places are not same/constant, places/cities with higher average seats per hall/auditorium will show less occupancy compared to places/cities with lower average seats per hall/auditorium.

But, as the theaters/cinemas are mostly going to be the same for all the movies, we can compare these figures to the figures of the previous films to interpret and arrive at a conclusion.

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