Action Jackson 1st Monday Box Office Collections – Poor Business

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

ajay-yammi-showbizbites-01Action Jackson 1st Monday box office collections – the film witnessed the drop on its 4th day in domestic market. The film opened average and then the wind up of 1st day brought low performance. On second day, the film again suffered and then on 3rd day, the film gained jump and made good business. But following day i.e. 4th day (1st Monday), the film again dropped heavily and made below average business.

Ajay Devgn this time around disappointed with a poor movie that did not impress the critics and the masses alike. The word of mouth that this movie needs badly has not been in support at all.

Well, Action Jackson 1st Monday box office collections are simply poor, as the movie just churned out 5.5 crore in Indian circuit. After adding up the fourth day total to overall business, the film’s so far total in domestic market lands up to 34.50 crore in domestic market.


Film still has time to grow provided that word of mouth goes into its favor since PK will arrive on 19th December. But it does not seem that this movie can grow. Let’s wait and see. Till then, why not to enjoy other posts such as Manasvi Mamgai shows heavy skin show in Action Jackson (photos) and Aamir Khan’s PK Transistor to be sold for Rs.1.50 crore.

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