Saif Ali Khan's Happy Ending is continuing to disappoint with it's below average Box Office collection at the domestic market. The film started off with a meager Rs 4 crores collection on the opening day.
The film was expected to do better business over the weekend but in comparison to other films like Haider and Kill Dil, the film's first weekend collection was quite less. On day two, Saturday, Happy Ending had grossed over Rs 5 crores.
On Sunday, the film's occupancy rate spiked, leading the a collection of Rs 5.50 crores at the domestic market. The film has got beaten by Kannada film, Ambareesha in Bangalore even though the Kannada film had been getting negative reviews.
Happy Ending released in over 2500 screens across the country and its' over all first weekend collection came to just Rs 14.5 crores. On Monday the occupancy rate in theatre dipped further as it was a working day. Though the film recieved positive reviews and some great word of mouth promotion, unfortunately it could not help the movie increase any foot-halls in the theatre.
On Monday the film garnered only Rs 3 crores, bringing the over all four days Box Office collection to Rs 17.5 crores approximately.