Akshay Kumar’s ‘Selfie’ fails in Monday test, huge drop in fourth day’s earnings

Selfie Box Office Collection Day 4: Many of the previous films of Bollywood player Kumar i.e. Akshay Kumar were continuously flopping at the box office. The actor had high hopes from his first release of the year ‘Selfie’ but the audience has completely rejected the film. The film got a very poor opening and ‘Selfie’ did not get audience in the theater even on the weekend. Let us know what has been the result of ‘Selfie’ on the fourth day of its release i.e. Monday test.

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‘Selfie’ was released in theaters on 24 February. The condition of the film made under the direction of Raj Mehta has become very bad at the ticket window and ‘Selfie’ is now gasping. On the other hand, if we talk about the collection of the film so far

The opening of ‘Selfie’ was very bad and it collected only 2.55 crores on the first day. On the second day of release i.e. Saturday, there was a slight increase in the film’s earnings and the film’s business was Rs 3.80 crore. On the third day i.e. Sunday, the film collected Rs 3.90 crore. Now the result of Monday test of ‘Selfie’ has come and the film has failed completely.

According to the preliminary figures of Sacklin’s report, ‘Selfie’ has collected only Rs 1.60 crores on the fourth day of its release i.e. Monday. With this, the total collection of the film has now gone up to Rs 11.90 crore. Despite the big star cast like Akshay and Emraan Hashmi, this collection of the film is shocking.

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tell that ‘Selfie’ is the official Hindi remake of Prithviraj and Suraj Venjaramoodu starrer Malayalam film ‘Driving License’. Akshay Kumar, Emraan Hashmi, Nushrat Bharucha and Diana Penty have played important roles in ‘Selfie’ directed by Raj Mehta. In the film, Akshay Kumar plays the role of a superstar Vijay Kumar while Emraan Hashmi plays the role of an RTO officer who is also a superfan. At present the film is gasping at the ticket window and the film seems to have failed to even recover half of

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