Youngistaan 1st Weekend Collections Plus 3rd Day Business Report

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

youngistaan-showbizbites-01Youngistaan 1st weekend box office collections show that the film has started gaining a bit jump in collections from second day onwards. Youngistaan 3rd day box office collections are more lucrative than the previous day i.e. 2nd day. On 2nd day in Indian territory, the movie earned 1.40 crore and then on 3rd day (1st Sunday), the movie earned around 3 crore in domestic market.

The film also earned good reviews from majority of the film critics and this surely helped the movie gain good business. The word of mouth seems good if not strong. All this helped the movie in gaining somewhat good business and that is pretty much vivid from Youngistaan 1st weekend box office collections.

After learning about Youngistaan 3rd day box office collections, it seems the movie might generate some satisfactory overall total provided that the weekdays’ business comes up with minor drops. If major drops keep happening, the lifetime business would be disastrous.  Amway, the total domestic business in 3 days (1st weekend) now stand at the sum of 5.50 crore.


Well, Youngistaan 1st weekend box office collections are somewhat better and they could somewhat satisfy the investors, but they want more than that. After reading about Youngistaan 3rd day box office collections, you guys can now come back to read more on the movie and its business at this place. Meanwhile, you could enjoy reading other posts such as Legend 1st weekend box office collections, Malaika Arora’s hottest, yummiest and mouth-watering pictures and Madhuri Dixit’s hottest cleavage show (photos).

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