Happy New Year On Way to Cross 150 Crore in India

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

hny-scene-showbizbitesHappy New Year 6th day box office collections – the film though has started showing little drops in weekdays, but overall it has been going great guns at theaters making the investors happy with the outcome. Happy New Year 1st Wednesday box office collections are nice and attractive though there is a slight drop from previous day, but as we all are aware of the fact the weekdays bring in small drops.

Happy New Year 6th day box office collections in India are 11.50 crore, which is undoubtedly an attractive figure to enjoy with for the ones who have invested in this film’s business. Well, now adding Happy New Year 1st Wednesday box office collections, the total sum now stands at the mammoth amount of 148.36 crore in Indian market.


The circuits like Delhi, Rajasthan and UP show slight drops, but in Mumbai and Pune the stability in collections are being witnessed. It is now pretty much clear and even seeing Happy New Year 6th day box office collections, the film is set to cross 150 crore mark in its first week. After the record-breaking opening, the movie began showing slight drops, which is why the film is now behind the 6 days collections of Dhoom 3, which were around 173 crore in six days in India. After now reading Happy New Year 1st Wednesday box office collections, you may return to the website to read more on the movie and its business. Till then, have fun with other posts such as Katie Price’s is on way to make her assets more larger, Kaththi total so far box office collections and Sana Khan with beau arrested.

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