Happy New Year Now Stands at 123.86 Crore in India

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

hny-still-showbizbitesHappy New Year 4th day box office collections show a drop, but there is no worry at all since it happens with the movies when the weekdays begin. Happy New Year 1st Monday box office collections dropped and revealed the business of 15 crore in domestic market. The film has performed brilliantly in Mumbai, Punjab and Delhi markets though other parts of the country too showed good business.

Happy New Year 4th day box office collections in India are great and praiseworthy despite showing the drop in business. The film’s so far business has been impressive and quite brilliant than expectations. The total sum has really made the investors happy.


After adding Happy New Year 4th day box office collections, the total sum now stands at the whopping business of 123.86 crore, which is amazing in every sense of the word. Come to read more on the movie’s business at this website. Till then, enjoy other posts such as Ajay Devgn’s bicycling craze and Shruti Haasan’s latest ravishing image.

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