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Kaalakaandi, 1921 and Mukkabaaz 1st Day Box Office Collection

Kaalakaandi, 1921 and Mukkabaz
After a long time, we have a Filmy Friday today once again when we saw three Hindi movies hitting the theatres. These include three different movies with different genre including Kaalakaandi, 1921 and Mukkabaaz. Let’s see how these films performed over the box office. Well, let’s start with the Saif Ali Khan starrer movie called Kaalakaandi, which seemed delivering a decent collection as compared to the other films. The film started with an occupancy of around 15 percent, which went on to soar with the passing times including the afternoon and evening shows. The film has a decent response from the multiplex audiences.
So, as per reports, the 1st day box office collection for Kaalakaandi tolled to around 3.5 crore, which seemed less but it is likely to increase in the coming times. The film has a decent reviews in the media by all the critics and it is likely to garner a good amount of buzz in the media giving a decent collection at the end of the day. Now, talking about the other film called 1921, the film happened to be a horror film. The film has received a mixed reviews and it started with the same pace with occupancy of around 10 percent, which somewhere to some extent was seen moving up and soaring high getting an okay collection. As per reports, the 1st day box office collection of 1921 went on to give a collection of around 2.4 crore.
Now, talking about the last film, Mukkabaz, the film had low occupancy starting with 6 to 8 percent giving a meager collection for obvious reasons. The film is based on the boxing and had low star value along with meager promotion in the media. The occupancy report remained as low as 20 percent with single screens only doing well. Hence as per reports, the first day box office collection reached to around 1.5 crore. All the three film still felt the competition heat by the sequel of Salman Khan, Tiger Zinda Hai, which is still gaining a good momentum over the box office.
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