Khoobsurat Couldn’t Do Better in its 1st Weekend, Just Passable Business

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

hoobsurat-showbizbitesKhoobsurat 1st weekend box office collections – the film managed to get some breeze and energy in its opening weekend otherwise the opening, 1st day and then the second day’s business was lower as far as the business’s point of view. Khoobsurat 3rd day box office collections (1st Sunday) appeared good, though there were not in the bracket needed badly by the film’s investors.

Khoobsurat 1st Saturday box office collections (2nd day) were 3.74 crore in domestic market. Then Khoobsurat 3rd day box office collections (Sunday) happened to be nice and the movie managed to extract 4.51 crore (approx.) at the domestic box office. Although, this business too seems low, but it is nonetheless manageable. Well, now Khoobsurat 1st weekend box collections stands at the total of 11.25 crore in Indian belt, which is a bit of satisfying for Disney and Anil Kapoor production and film’s associates.


The movie is not being expected to do well in weekdays. If it does, it would be a miracle. Khoobsurat 1st weekend box office collections have shown clear picture before all of us. Reviews are mixed and the buzz is not strong, which is needed in abundance. Also Khoobsurat 3rd day box office collections, though are fine, but not up to the demands. Let’s now return to the website to read more on film and its business. Till then, chill with other posts such as Daawat-e-Ishq 1st weekend box office collections and Jhalak Dikhla Jaa Season 7 winner’s details and pictures.

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