Humshakals – 2nd Highest Opener of 2014 in Pakistan

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

humshakls-showbizbites-02Sajid Khan’s comedy – Humshakals turned out to be the second highest opener of 2014 in Pakistan. The film gained biggest distinctions after its release and that shows the luminous director’s masterpiece’s importance and worth among his loyal audience not only in India but also abroad especially in Pakistan.

Humshakals got this distinction after Salman Khan’s Jai Ho in Pakistan market. Salman Khan’s fan following is simply biggest and awesome in Pakistan and they showed their loyalty to the macho man and now the masses in Pakistan came out in abundance to watch Sajid Khan’s much-hyped comedy Humshakals in theaters.


Humshakals received $81,910 on Day one in Pakistan market whereas Salman Khan’s Jai Ho had received $99,000 on first day over there. Also read Humshakals 2nd day box office collections report.

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