Sunny Leone’s Mastizaade Earns Good Business on 1st Weekend

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

mastizaade stillMastizaade 1st weekend box office collections – Sunny Leone starrer this adult comedy has been doing well since its release. The movie opened to good response from the masses and then continued churning out good business at ticket windows. The critics did not rave it at all, but the masses went for the film – courtesy: Sunny Leone’s star power and fan following. Now all eyes are set on weekdays as to how well the film performs or simply goes flat?

Till the arrival of Ghayal Once Again, it has time to make good business and hopes are there that it would make something nice.

The day-wise break-up for film’s domestic business is as under:

1st day: 5.59 crores

2nd day: 6.11 crores

3rd day: 6.75

Total Domestic Collections: 18.45 (nett)

mastizaade 1st weekend box office collections

Well, Mastizaade 1st weekend box office collections land up to 18.45 crores nett business in Indian market.

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