Action Jackson 1st Weekend Box Office Collections – A Bit Sigh of Relief

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

sonakshi-action-showbizbites-01Action Jackson 1st weekend box office collections – the film managed to make something satisfactory on opening weekend in domestic circuit. The film showed more drop on its first Saturday i.e. 2nd day in India and churned out only 8.25 crore. Then the third day happened to be good for the movie and the film collected nice business.

Action Jackson 3rd day box office collections gained boost in business in Indian market, which added advantage to film’s worth and its business. The movie collected 11.50 crore on its first Sunday i.e. 3rd day domestic business.


The film has passed three days and in these three days, the total business is now something satisfactory. Although the expectations were higher, but the actual outcome is low, the bad things the film received included the negative reviews from the critics and the same response from the masses. The word of mouth is not good at all. It needs to be positive. Well, now Action Jackson 1st weekend box office collections in domestic circuit are 29 crore. Will the investors be happy with this business? The answer is simple – not at all. But there is definitely a sigh of relief for them. Also enjoy other posts on the website such as How Jacqueline Fernandez looks in Roy? (Photos) and what tips Nargis Fakhri has for you to share?

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