Finding Fanny Collects 22.40 Crore in India in Just 4 Days

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

finding fanny-still-showbizbitesFinding Fanny 1st Monday box office collections shows the movie has passed the crucial Monday test with ease and now it is on its way to continue chewing up business in weekdays. Finding Fanny 4th day box office collections, though dropped due to weekdays beginning, appear nice as they add sparkles to film’s overall so far business in domestic market.

Overseas box office collections over the weekend too have been marvelous, as the movie collected $1.6 million. Well, Deepika Padukone’s Finding Fanny 1st Monday box office collections in Indian circuit are 2.5 crore in domestic market.

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Film is being expected to earn handsome business in its first week. And it has potential to slip into second week with some nice business as well. After adding 4th day’s business, the movie’s so far total domestic business is 22.40 crore net. You guys, after now learning about Finding Fanny 1st Monday box office collections, can now return to this website to learn more on film and its business. Till then, browse the website to enjoy exciting content and also have fun surfing the posts such as Finding Fanny overseas box office collections report, Happy New Year Movie Stills and Poonam Pandey’s hottest ever photos.

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