Humshakals 1st Weekend Collections – Film Crosses 40 Crore in India

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

humshakals pic-showbizbites-01Humshakals 1st weekend box office collections – the film witnessed a good first weekend and that is real beneficial for the film and the people associated with the business and success of this film. After the bad opening, it was vivid that the movie would hardly get any boom or jump, but all of sudden the things turned out and the movie received great start from the first day on.

Well, now the comic caper of Sajid Khan and this multi starrer movie proved that it can go long making good business for the investors. The film received nice business on Sunday too. Humshakals 3rd day box office collections are 15.04 crore in domestic market, which is really fine and lucrative.

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Now Humshakals 1st weekend box office collections rest on the whopping figure of 40.13 crore in India. It now seems obvious that the weekdays business would be fine though drops, which usually happen, will come up. Let’s wait to see what happens now. Till then, read Humshakals – 2nd highest opener of 2014 in Pakistan and Humshakals 2nd day box office collections.

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