Tamasha Fourth Day Box Office Collection
Imtiaz Ali’s latest entertainer “Tamasha”, featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone, has earned Rs.38+ crore in three days of its release. According to a statement by the film’s makers, the opening day collection of the movie amounted to Rs.10.87 crore, Rs 13.17 while it collected Rs. 14.12 crore on day three — taking the three-day business to Rs.38.23 crore. Talking of overseas business, the estimated overseas gross box office collection figure till Saturday night was $2.8 million. Presented by UTV Motion pictures and Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, “Tamasha” is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. The film released on Friday. “Tamasha” narrates a story of internal conflict. It is about two individuals, who meet while on a holiday and decide to make-pretend during the trip, but problems erupt when they return to their real life. Largely, the movie is the love saga of a storyteller who falls in love with a girl who helps him to rediscover his lost self. For Ranbir, the success of the film comes as a respite after three successive failures, while Deepika is now prepping up for next big release “Bajirao Mastani”.
Tamasha Monday 4th Day Business Report
With mind blowing start in the whole weekend, Tamasha is moving towards much higher figures only in its first week. So it is very clear that the film will definitely enter in the second week too. Today being the 4th day of its release, film has slightly fell lower in the business due to starting of the weekdays. Seeing the past day performance, today’s business of the film saw a fall and 4th Day Box office Collection of Tamasha is 5.07 Crores. The movie has done phenomenally well in cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata, Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Mangalore etc while it is decent in CP- Berar, CI and Rajasthan belts. It has done extremely well in East Punjab, Mysore belts as it is a multiplex dominated belt where Tamasha is doing rocking business. Even is extreme mass circuit like Bihar, the collections have been good considering this movie has no such huge face value to bank upon.