Why Cheat India 3rd Day Box Office Collection: Emraan Hashmi’s Film failed to impress the audiences

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Why Cheat India 3rd Day Box Office Collection: After a poor opening day with the collection of 1.71 crores, Emraan Hashmi’s film failed to bring good numbers over the weekend.

Emraan Hashmi’s latest film Why Cheat India has failed to make any impact at the box office. On the first day, the film earned just Rs 1.71 crore, thus becomes one of the lowest opening day grosser of Emraan Hashmi.

It has been penned down by the critics and the audience too hasn’t shown any interest in it. It witnessed small growth over the weekend but the damage was already done on the first day itself.

Why Cheat India 3rd day box office collection is 2.64 crores. This takes the first weekend total to around 7 crores. The film has been completely rejected by the audience. Here’s a look at the day-wise collection of the film:

First-day collection of Whye Cheat India: 1.71 crores

Second-day collection of Whye Cheat India: 2.49 crores

Third-day collection of Whye Cheat India: 2.64 crores

First-weekend collection of Why Cheat India: 6.80 crores

Made in a budget of around 27 crores, Why Cheat India is one of the biggest flops of Emraan Hashmi’s career. The failure of the film is a big setback for Emraan Hashmi as his career has now sunk to a new low. Emraan hasn’t delivered a solo box office hit in the last six years. His last solo hit was Raaz 3 released in 2012.

Where do you think has Emraan Hashmi failed in his last few movies? Do you think he is not choosing the right films? Share your views with us in the comments section.

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