Khoobsurat Shows More Drop on 5th Day, Updates

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

khoobsurat-film-showbizbites-01Khoobsurat 5th day box office collections – the film, as expected again witnessed a slight drop in business on its 1st Tuesday. Khoobsurat 1st Tuesday box office collections in India are around 1.40 crore, which now shows the business is now going towards more decline in the days to come.

Khoobsurat 5th day box office collections now made the total sum as 14.40 crore in domestic market. The film is now not being expected to generate any kind of ripples at all.


Sonam Kapoor starrer this fairy tale is going towards more disastrous business and now seeing at Khoobsurat 5th day box office collections, it appears the first week business is going to be lower than the expectations. Also read Best Daawat by chef Sanjeev Kapoor, Parineeti and Aditya, Bigg Boss 8 contestant Sonali Raut’s hot photoshoot and How Yami Gautam looks in the morning (photos).

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