Mastizaade Does Decent Business on First Day

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

mastizaadeMastizaade 1st day box office collections – the film, as expected did a decent business at the box office. Although the film could not match with the opening business of Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 (that has the same genre like Mastizaade), nonetheless Sunny Leone’s film did nice business. KKHH 3 has done 8.15 crores on its first day, where Mastizaade did 5.59 crores on its opening day. This writer had done the prediction about the film’s decent business and the collections being in the range of 5 to 5 crores.

Mastizaade received bad reviews from the critics – this too could affect the film’s business in coming days.

mastizaade 1st day box office collections

Censor’s scissor too has affected the film, as heavy editing in dialogues has affected the movie. Well, Sunny Leone’s star power might rescue the film. Let’s wait and watch what now happens to the film? Well, if the movie’s business sustains on this speed as Mastizaade 1st day box office collections did, then the first week’s business could be decent as well. Also enjoy the posts like Teraa Surroor trailer and Erotic horror movie Chudail Story trailer.

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