Himmatwala 4th Day Collections – Himmatwala 1st Monday Business

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

tamannaah-himmatwala-showbizbites-01Himmatwala 4th day box office collections are out and they utterly show off the film’s bad worth among the audiences and prove the critics right who wrote the negative reviews for the movie. Himmatwala first Monday box office collections are just 4.5 crore nett at the domestic box office. Within four days’ time, the movie’s collections have dropped much significantly. Sajid Khan, the film’s director-writer, has now started facing the criticism as his claims of more than 100 crore business for Himmatwala have vanished away instantly.

The movie’s 4th day business now clearly shows that the film is now the guest of few days at the box office. Not only did the movie bomb at the domestic box office but also badly flopped at the overseas market. Sajid Khan, the very confident man, is now facing the big failure with the film’s worst business. He was overconfident for the big success and now the result is before all and sundry.

Himmatwala total domestic box office collections are now 35.64 crore nett. First day, the film received good opening by collecting 12.14 crore and then on second day it received 8.5 crore and then on Sunday (third day) it collected 10.5 crore. Now on 4th day (Monday) it received just 4.5 crore nett. The drop in business is much vivid. And the collections very clearly show the film could now hardly run at the box office.


Himmatwala 4th day box office collections or Himmatwala 1st Monday business could not ignite any good business at all. Now wait for Himmatwala 5th day box office collections to learn whether any miracle happens or not. Come back to check out the details. Till then read Himmatwala box office collections and updates report with analysis. Also you may read Jolly LLB 16th day box office collections report.

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