Barkhaa & Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai 3rd Day {Sunday} Collection – First Weekend Report

Barkhaa 3rd Day {Sunday} Box Office Collection

This week’s movie releases ‘Barkhaa’ and ‘Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai’ box office collections have, as expected, started on a dismal note, which is not a surprise. Why? Because this week, the movie going audience has been left high and dry by the Cricket World Cup 2015, which is in its final stages, and which made most filmmakers to stay away from releasing films during this period as no one was expected to ditch the telly. However, makers of smaller films have taken advantage of this because of which we see a slew of low budget films hitting the screens. Reports from across the country suggest that while ‘Barkhaa’ has garnered a less than 5% occupancy rate during morning shows. Barkhaa has not done any remarkable opening business in two days by now. Film received dull audience response and today being the third day of release, total income of Barkhaa is not any satisfactory amount. In addition to it, with enough options present on box office, film could not manage to make a decent earning today and total Sunday collection ended on Rs 15 lacs taking its first weekend total to Rs.37 lacs.

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Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai 3rd Day {Sunday} Box Office Collection

‘Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai’ does not even feature morning shows. With expectation for both films at rockbottom accompanied by disastrous reviews, both films have a tough job ahead. Today is third day of releases for this film and the overall occupancy of the audience increased next to nothing by the end of the day. Sunday resulted in overall again poor collection in comparison to other film with 3rd day income closing at just Rs.10 lacs taking its first weekend total to above Rs.20 lacs. On the other hand, earlier releases ‘NH10′ and ‘Hunterr’ continue to draw the audiences. While both films have an extra week to add to their overall collections, ‘NH10′ is expected to perform slightly better than ‘Hunterr’.

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