After 'Welcome Back', Kapil Sharma's debut movie "Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon" directed by Abbas Mustan has been a hit at the box office in the month of September-October. Still the name of Kapil seemed to be less popular and strong. With a budget of just 20 crore, his movie has made a collected to 52 crore till now. On the other hand, Akshay's movie Singh Is Bling, Sri Devi's Puli, Aishwarya Rai's comeback movie Jazbaa, Kangana Ranaut's Katti Batti, director Madhur Bhandarkar's Calendar Girls, and Kunal Khemu's Bhaag Johnny have been flop. Released last Friday, Asihwarya's movie Jazbaa got a very less opening on the first day. The film collected just 3.75 crore all over India. On Saturday the movie collected 4.25 crore and on Sunday it made a collection of 5 crore. It means with a budget of 30 crore, the film has just been successful in collecting 13 crore. Sri Devi's comeback movie English Vinglish (2012) was a hit worldwide but after three years, her Tamil movie Puli's Hindi version has been a flop. In the South due to the presence of Vijay the movie performed well. As it was having big budget, so it could not reach to that level. Madhur Bhadarkar's Calendar Girls and Kunal Khemu's Bhaag Johnny were hopeless before their release. The movie made by Meghna Gulzar on Aarushi murder case was not able to perform well in small states and just proved to be a hit in Delhi, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Bangalore. With atotal budget of 16 crore, the movie made a grand collection of 65 crore which is still not enough. According to film experts it will be able to make a lifetime collection of 75 crore and still will be in loss. If it collects 85 crore and it will come out of all the expenses.