Nautanki Saala Opening Day Collections – Nautanki Saala 1st Day Collections

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

nautanki-still-showbizbitesNautanki Saala Friday box office collections or in other words, you may also term it as Nautanki Saala 1st day collections are decent like the competitor Commando did on its opening day. Although apparently the collections seem not well, but considering the fact it is a small budget movie (like Commando), the business appears to be decent at domestic box office. Nautanki Saala opening day collections are 3.25 crore nett in Indian market. The film opened to low occupancy in morning shows and then later in the evening and at night, the shows gathered real momentum producing good business for the film.

Over the weekend, the movie is expected to make good business. Saturday bring weekend and Sunday being a holiday may add sparkles to the movie’s worth. But nothing can be said as sure since it all depends on the audiences.

Nautanki Saala opened with mixed review whereas majority of the film reviews are positive. The movie has content to watch on screen The solid performances of the stars like Ayushmann Khurrana and Kunal Roy Kapur did really wonders with the acting. Now the movie relies on the word of mouth publicity. If it is done with aplomb, the business will be really fine. If not, the collections may drop.


Nautanki Saala domestic box office collections will be kept updated at this space. The movie has potential and can run well since the content is what the viewers like. Come back to read Nautanki Saali 2nd day box office collections. In the meantime, you may enjoy reading article on pregnant Kim Kardashian pencil skirt – her long maxi dress which reveals her curves. You might also like reading Commando 1st day collections. Enjoy reading Chashme Babddoor 1st week collections report.

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