Farah Khan's latest movie Happy New Year starring Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone among others has been the leading name at Indian Box Office since its release.
Co-produced by Shahrukh Khan, the movie Happy New Year starring SRK, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood, Boman Irani and Vivaan Shah broke all records with a Box Office collection of Rs 44.97 crores on its opening day.
Soon Happy New Year became the fastest Bollywood film to get into the 100 crore club with an excellent Box Office business of Rs 31.60 crores on Saturday followed by Rs 32.29 crores ob Sunday. Thus, SRK's Happy New Year made a total collection of Rs 108.86 crores in just three days at the domestic market.
However, Happy New Year's Box Office revenue witnessed a drastic fall with the start of the first weekday as the movie could rake in just Rs 15 crores on Monday that is on fourth day.
And now as per the early estimates, Farah Khan directed Happy New Year's fifth day Box Office collection on Tuesday further declined and the film made a business of Rs 13 crores (approx) on Tuesday.
It is being assumed that the negative reviews that the film received has hampered the Box Office business which is why Happy New Year's business has dropped by more than 50 percent.
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