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Happy Ending Tuesday (5 Days) Collection At Box Office: Disastrous Collections

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Happy Ending had a disastrous Box Office collection on Tuesday. The film had huge fall in Box Office collections on weekdays compared to what it made during the weekend.

The film managed to open to 15-20% occupancy rate in theatres thereby helping it mint Rs 4 crores on day one. Saturday being a weekend off, gave it an extra push and helped it gross Rs 5 crores on day two. Based on some positive word of mouth promotions, on Sunday the film managed to gross Rs 5.5 crores.

This led to the total first weekend Box Office collection to be over Rs 14.5 crores. But just when the hopes were getting high and the cast and crew of Happy Ending were about to celebrate, the Box Office collections took a drastic dip and fell to just Rs 1.8 crores on Monday.

On Tuesday the situation worsened when the collections reduced further. According to trade experts, the film is said to have collected a meager Rs 1 crore on Tuesday, it's 5th day running in theatres. The film was made with a budget of Rs 60 crores, this is including the promotion expenditures as well.

By the looks of it Happy Ending has failed miserably and there is no way they can recover the making coast of the movie anymore. The film had got decent reviews yet why it failed, nobody knows. The film was produced by Illumianti Films (owned by Saif Ali Khan-Dinesh Vijjen) and Sunil Lulla who will now suffer a huge loss of investment.

The film's Box Office collections joining Monday and Tuesday's collection has resulted in Rs 16.30 crores, an amount far away from Rs 60 crores which was invested on the film.

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