Youngistaan 1st Day Collections, Complete Washout – Very Poor Business

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

youngistaan-01-showbizbites-01Youngistaan 1st day box office collections let us know that the film opened poorly and the whole day’s business too came as much poor, as was being exempted from the film before the release and then post the release. Although film managed to receive mixed reviews from critics, nonetheless good business expectations were not on hand. Well, Youngistaan 1st Friday box office collections now show the film suffered badly and will keep on doing the same in coming days.

Youngistaan 1st day box office collections are just 1.10 crore and this is simply a poor show from all aspects. This is the only film of this week that received mixed reviews otherwise the two other releases of the week received majority of the reviews ‘negative’. Nonetheless, Youngistaan could not manage to make any ripples at the box office. Youngistaan 1st Friday box office collections reveal now the film will have to earn big business on the weekend. Minimal increase will not help at all.


But pouring on Youngistaan 1st day box office collections, it appears the good business on weekend (2nd day and 3rd day) might not happen and it does, it would be minimal. Some miracles can now save the movie. After now reading about Youngistaan 1st Friday box office collections, you can now return to this platform to read more about the movie and its business and read other cool stuff on the website. Meanwhile, enjoy reading other posts such as Dishkiyaoon 1st day box office collections, Queen 3rd week worldwide box office collections, Dishkiyaoon opening occupancy report, Dishkiyaoon Movie Review, Youngistaan Movie Review and O Teri Movie Review.

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