Mastram 1st Day and Manjunath 1st Day Box Office Collections – Poorest Business

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

mastram-01Mastram 1st day box office collections are simply poor. All six releases of this Friday turned out to be much poor at the box office and all brought very poor business on opening day after the poor opening. Manjunath 1st day box office collections too came poor like others.

Mastram 1st day box office collections are merely 25 lakhs, though this movie was being expected to do better than all others. But it too could not survive at all. It appears the lifetime business of this movie would be around 1.20 to 1.30 crore net.


Manjunath 1st day box office collections too managed to earn only 3 lakhs – very poor business on opening day.


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