Tamasha Earns 43.30 Crores in Four Days

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

Tamasha-StillsTamasha 1st Monday box office collections – well, the film has been going well at the box office. Over the first weekend, ex-lovers’ film did a decent business adding good chunks to movie’s overall worth and business. Since a drop was expected on Monday, the same took place, nonetheless the film managed to sustain its position at the box office. Tamasha received mixed reviews from the critics.

It is being liked due to the main fact of the ex-flame’s pairing on screen. Tamasha 1st Monday box office collections are 5.07 crores. The total sum has landed on the whopping figure of 43.30 crores.

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Ranbir must have taken a sigh of relief as his last Bombay Velvet had done really bad business at the box office. The latest one Tamasha has surpassed the lifetime business of Bombay Velvet, which was 23.67 crores in domestic market.

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