Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ 1st Day Business – Good But Not As Per Expectations

Sachin: A Billion Dreams 1st day collections are 8.40 crore (net) in domestic market

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

sachin-a-billion-dreams-1st-day-collectionsSachin: A Billion Dreams opened pretty good yesterday, as the movie is on the life on India’s best legendary cricketer and world renowned name in the field of cricket Sachin Tendulkar, who has big fan following in India and across the globe. Sachin: A Billion Dreams 1st day collections have come up and they simply revealed the movie will go on churn out something enticing. The film collected 8.40 crore (net) on its first day i.e. 1st Friday in India and the gross figure is around 11.67 crore in domestic market.

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Well, it is undoubtedly a good business, but in terms of the big name of India, the film could not generate what was being expected and was predicted. The figure must have been more, but the final business of the day came up with 8.40 crore (net). The promotions have been fabulous and even the cricketers too have been doing wonderfully. It is weird as to what happened to the masses and the fans of the legendary cricketer?


All eyes are set on the business of Saturday and Sunday and there are pretty much hopes that the movie will bring good chunks. If it succeeds, the opening weekend will be enticing. Let’s wait and see what happens.

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