Great Grand Masti 4th Day Collection
Adult comedy “Great Grand Masti” (Masti 3) had a steady second day at the box office. The opening day and the second-day box office collection of “Great Grand Masti” remained same. Indra Kumar’s directorial “Great Grand Masti,” which is the third instalment in the “Masti” series, earned just Rs. 5 crore in two days box office run. The opening day collection of “Great Grand Masti” is Rs. 2.50 crore and Saturday’s earning is also Rs. 2.50 crore. On the last day of weekend i.e. Sunday, it witnessed little growth and estimated to add the amount of 2.75 crores* to its account. With this, its opening weekend total will become 7.75 crores*.
Anhow, Great Grand Masti had performed poor in first weekend and today being fourth day collected around 1.65 crores*. Your film needs to be really out of the box if you are releasing after a Salman Khan film. I mean, for all that we know, Salman’s films have always been record breakers, be it Bajrangi Bhaijaan or Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. And Sultan was no different. It shattered the box office, the moment it hit the screens. Which explains why Great Grand Masti starring Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani is now struggling to make it big at the box office. Yes!
The box office collection of “Great Grand Masti” got affected due to the online leak and bad reviews. The full movie was leaked online before its scheduled release and makers have claimed that this has killed the film. The full movie was leaked online 17 days before its release. The makers and the lead actor came to know about it when their fans posted few images of the movie on social media. The makers advance the release by a week after the leak but did not talk about the issue.
Talking about the reviews, Great Grand Masti received quite a few praises through word of mouth but it couldn’t impress the critics. Maybe the belt jokes don’t sound funny anymore. Anyway, so to sum it up, nothing is really working in favour of Great Grand Masti. We wonder if the film will even cross Rs 10 crore in its opening week. What do you think?