Tamasha 1st week total collection, 7 days Business Report

Tamasha 1st week total collection, 7 days Business Report

Tamasha 1st week total box office collection mints to Rs 55.30 crore and the opening 7 days Business report states that the film crossed 55 crores mark in 7 days. Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika starrer movie worldwide collection of 1st week reaches to 35 crores (approximate income).

Film opening 3 days till Sunday reached till $ 3.45 million (23 crore) and further days income gathered around 12 crore (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday).

Tamasha movie 1st week day wise collection report (Opening 7 days)

Friday (1st day): 10.94 crore

Saturday (2nd day): 13.17 crore

Sunday (3rd day): 14.12 crore

Monday (4th day): 5.07 crore

Tuesday (5th day): 4.50 crore

Wednesday (6th day): 4 crore (approx)

Thursday (7th day): Around 3.50 crore

Now after adding Friday to Thursday profit, we get overall profit of 55.30 crore (approx).

The movie average occupancy for all these days goes to 45-50% at multiplexes and single screen. The main reason for the film to gather such decent income is because of the two stars Ranbir and Deepika in this feature film.

United States of America, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada give much business to Indian Bollywood film compared to other parts of the world. South Africa is also one of the countries which give maximum business to Indian flicks.

It could have earned more if the story could have written in better way. In fact, it would have done excellent job at cinema counters if the story would have more interesting for the audience but as it, narrative plot is common it tends to earn only this following shared amount.

Imtiaz Ali has not succeeded in giving great movies to Bollywood, the way his ‘Rockstar’ and ‘Jab We Met ‘got critically acclaimed.

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