Happy Ending 1st Weekend Box Office Collections, Complete Disappointment

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

happy ending-still-showbizbites-01Happy Ending 1st weekend box office collections – the film could not make it good as it was expected to do so prior to release and even post the release after poor opening. The weekend expectations were good enough, but the film could not reveal better by the wrap of the weekend. This is the film Saif feels being in comfort zone nonetheless it has not been coming up to the expectations and taste of the viewers.

The film though got positive reviews from majority of the critics nevertheless it is a bad performer at the box office in India and even abroad. 1st Saturday collections (2nd day) business was as lighter higher than 1s day, as the movie earned 5 crore domestically. Then the following day, the 3rd day box office collections (1st Sunday) business too jumped slightly as movie earned 5.50 crore but it all could not bring what was desired and needed from the makers and all the stakeholders.

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After adding up all the collections, Happy Ending 1st weekend box office collections now stand at the total of 14.50 crore domestically, which is below average, since the film was expected to make bare minimum 30 crore in domestic market before the release. Anyway, the weekdays have come up and now more declines will be seen in coming days. This film has this week to make whatsoever it could because from coming Friday, Ungli will be UP to make its waves. Also enjoy posts such as Evelyn Sharma lets you show her creamy figure (photos) and Gangster Baby song launch where hot lass sizzles with Ajay (photos).

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