Naam Shabana First Weekend Collections – 18.80 Crore

Naam Shabana first weekend collections bring up 18.80 crore in India

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Hindi Film Critic, Columnist & Bollywood Analyst – Showbiz Bites

naam-shabana-first-weekend-collectionsTaapsee Pannu is becoming Bollywood’s central attention film after film. She has been enticing the viewers with her acting skills and people start loving this actress. After alluring in movies like Baby and Pink, she is now ready to impress the masses with Naam Shabana – her latest release. Naam Shabana first weekend collections are really impressive, as the movie has shown growth. 1st day business was 5.12 crore and then the movie raised its business on 2nd day by collecting 6.37 crore.

1st Sunday business i.e. 3rd day collections of the film in India turned out to be 7.31 crore – again a jump in business. The three day total put the movie at a stable position now. The movie will surely witness drop in weekdays, but after collecting good business on the weekend, it would not be an issue if the business goes down.

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Naam Shabana earns 18.80 crore on 1st weekend – in three days time. The first weekend business of the film is more than Anushka Sharma’s Phillauri and Rangoon. Let’s now wait and see what happens in weekdays?

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