Commando 3rd Day Box Office Collections – Commando 1st Sunday Collections

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

commando-movie-still-showbizbitesCommando 3rd day box office collections are nice since the film gained more business on its 3rd day i.e. Sunday. As it was holiday, the film’s business shot to somewhat more heights than the usual last two days’ business. The movie opened to mixed reviews by film critics. The film’s initial opening was low but combining the later day’s shows, the opening day collections then appeared to be nice. Commando 2nd day collections too were decent since it was weekend.

Commando total domestic box office collections are now 11.15 crore nett in India. The film’s three days’ business seems good for the makers and all the stakeholders. They must be happy and calming with the outcome so far of the movie. Both Nautanki Saala and Commando, which released this Friday, saw initial low occupancy but gained good rhythm in evening and night shows.

Commando total 3 days box office collections are decent to talk about. The film has been showing nice at the box office. The good business is being expected from now onwards as well. Although if the film witnesses some ups and downs, then could happen with every film. It is enough if the film runs for few days more showing the collections like the current since it is a small budget movie and these kinds of movies run for shorter time period. And if they churn out good business, it is soothing and lucrative for the investors.

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Commando 3rd day box office collections are okay and the same we all are expecting from the film’s business. Let’s come back to learn Commando 4th day box office collections at this website. In the meantime, you guys can enjoy reading articles on other box office reports like Nautanki Saala 3rd day collections and Commando 2nd day collections. And also enjoy reading about top 10 Bollywood songs of the week.

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