Tamasha 4th Day Collection, Minted 61.23 Cr Worldwide in Opening Weekend

By on December 1, 2015 at 1:27 am
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‘Tamasha’ has minted 38.23 crores in 1st Weekend on Indian Screens!

The present time ruler of box office ‘Tamasha’ has completed its first 3 days journey very smoothly, even after getting mixed response from critics as well as audience. The movie was released this Friday on around 2650 screens worldwide and received decent occupancy in theaters. Tamasha is directed by Imtiaz Ali and features one of the most hottest jodis in Bollywood Ranbir-Deepika. Both the stars are very popular and has huge fan following, that is the reason this recently released romantic drama had good pre-release hype among audience. Because of its very complex story, most of the critics have reviewed it with low ratings but fans are showing immense craze and creating huge buzz about it on social media.

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Everyone loves the sizzling chemistry between Ranbir Kapoor & Deepika Padukone. Both have performed brilliantly as always in Tamasha, even though the movie is facing cold reaction of audience. With the support of star fans and pre-release hype, it has successfully tackled its opening weekend and grossed decent total. Tamasha team has also celebrated movie’s success on Monday. But now it has been entered in weekdays and as usual started getting low occupancy in theaters.

In its opening weekend, Tamasha has recorded overall occupancy of 40-50% across the country and grossed 38.23 crores that includes 10.94 crores of Friday, 13.17 crores of Saturday and 14.12 crores of Sunday. In overseas too, it has performed quite well and done the business of 23 crores. Till the end of its 1st weekend, total worldwide collection of Tamasha is recorded as 61.23 crores.

On its first Monday, being weekday it has witnessed a drop of more than 50% in its occupancy and made the business of 5.07 crores as its fourth day collection.  The movie is expected to gross 55+ crores till the end of this week on Indian screens.


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