Mukhtiar Chadha 3rd Day (Sunday) Collection: First Weekend Box Office Business Report

Mukhtiar Chadha 3rd Day Collection Report

In Punjab & Delhi, Mukhitar Chadha is getting very high response. Especially in Punjab almost all shows of the movie in first 3 days are houseful. Audience enjoyed the movie and loved the performance of entire star cast. Hilarious dialogues of Diljit left everyone with laughter. Very positively entire team of Mukhitar Chadha was promoting the movie worldwide, and now the results are coming in super positive response. The movie is receiving huge appreciation from audience of India as well as of USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand etc.

Audience find it very entertaining and worth watch to spend happy hours. Performance of the lead star Diljit is being appreciated by everyone, he has done his job brilliantly as always. As a result, the movie is grossing decent business figures at box office. Diljit Dosanjh is one of the most popular actors cum singers in Pollywood and has very high fan following among audience in India as well as in abroad. His movies always does good at box office and the latest one is also getting decent response.


Mukhtiar Chadha, starring Diljit, Oshin Brar has collected about Rs 7.35 crore* at the Indian box office in the first weekend and recovered its making costs. The movie, whose release on 27th November was preceded by massive hype and promotion, did good business in theatres across Punjab, Delhi, UP, Rajasthan and Mumbai. With a collection of Rs 2.10 crore* nett on its first day and it collected about Rs 2.25 crore* on Saturday and earned over Rs 3 crore on Sunday, taking its nett collections to about Rs 7.35 crore* in India in the first weekend.

As per early estimates, “Mukhtiar Chadha” has collected approximately Rs 12+ crore worldwide in the first weekend.  Made on a budget of Rs 10 crore*, the film has recovered its production costs and earned a small profit in three days. Trade experts feel this is a big achievement for a Punjabi film and its 3-day business is bigger than some big-ticket Bollywood films of 2015.

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