All is Well Now Lands at 14.01 Crores After 4 Days

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

all is well 1st monday box office collectionsAll is Well 1st Monday box office collections – the film dropped significantly on its 4th day in domestic market. It was being expected and the same took place. There are no bigger expectations now at all, since the film keeps showing the poor business. Abhishek Bachchan’s career will definitely affect with the poor business of this flick and the poor response from the critics and masses. Asin, who was seen on Bollywood celluloid after some hiatus and who is now going to get married, her career too is going to be affected with this film.

All is Well 1st Monday box office collections are 2.10 crores, which shows significant drop from the previous day’s business, which was 5.03 crores.

all is well 4th day collections

The film is not going to show any miracles now. If anyone is expecting the same, he or she is living in a fool’s paradise since the movie has nothing great to offer to its audiences. The total box office collections in domestic market now land up at the sum of 14.01 crores.

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