By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
Bajatey Raho 1st Monday box office collections dropped. The film earned good on its 1st weekend, but on Monday, the collections dropped. Bajatey Raho 1st weekend box office collections were good, as the film earned 4.75 crore in 3 days. But on 4th day, the film dropped its business significantly and earned just 65 lakhs in domestic market. The film got poor reviews from the critics, only few of the critics gave positive reviews to the movie. The humor of the film is not good at all and the content is not alluring that the viewers can enjoy.
Tusshar Kapoor and Ranvir Shorey starrer Bajatey Raho could not allure the audiences at all. The film did well at the domestic box office for only three days and then the following day saw a vivid drop in business. There are hardly any expectations of good business in coming days. Bajatey Raho 1st Monday box office collections, as mentioned in earlier lines, are not satisfactory at all. Let’s wait to see if the movie brings in good business results in future.
If the movie brings up lucrative business in coming days, it will be a miracle. The stakeholders would be disappointed with the business. Well, as Bajatey Raho 1st Monday box office collections are not profitable, the investors are seeking good business now. For this, we have to wait for the future business of the movie. Let’s come back to read Bajatey Raho 5th day box office collections at this website. In the meanwhile, you may read other articles like Riteish Deshmukh and Bruna Abdalah’s intimate scene in Grand Masti, Nasha 1st weekend box office collections and Issaq 1st weekend box office collections.
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