Nanu Ki Jaanu box office collections now clearly show the movie is in hard time to get business
By Goher Iqbal Punn – Hindi Film Critic, Columnist & Bollywood Analyst – Showbiz Bites
Abhay Deol’s Nanu Ki Jaanu released on 20th April. Since it was a low budget movie, there were no high expectations for a good business. Well, Nanu Ki Jaanu box office collections reveal the first weekend business of the movie was just about okay, as the movie wrapped up the 1st weekend with a collection of 3.10 crore in pocket. The movie collected .75 crore on its first day then on following day, which was Saturday the film earned 1.10 crore – a slight increase in business. On Sunday, due to holiday the movie once again witnessed got a small jump and churned out 1.25 crore rupees in domestic market. The sum up of the three days’ business (1st weekend business in India) was 3.10 crore.
On its first Monday i.e. 4th day, Nanu Ki Jaanu stumbled upon a drop as it normally happens with all movie. The film got .45 crore rupees collection nationwide.
The total business of the film so far now lands up to 3.55 crore. Movie was made with a mere budget of 10 to 15 crore. Thus it seems it will find difficulties in earning that figure.
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