‘Hate Story 3’ 4th Day (4 Days) Collection: HS3 1st Monday Box Office Report

Hate Story 3 4th Day Collection 4 Days HS3 1st Monday Box Office Business and Occupancy Report: The latest movie starring Zarine Khan, Daisy Shah, Sharman Joshi, and Karan Singh Grover is smashing the domestic BO with its collections. It got a good start on Friday as HateStory3 earned a good amount on its opening. (see: Mahesh Babu in Brahmotsavam.)



HS3 first weekend (3 days) box office collection stands at a total of Rs. 26.82 crore. Taran Adarsh tweeted the same and confirming it. It’s day wise collection is as follows – Friday 9.72 cr, Saturday 8.05, Sunday 9.05 crore. These figures are only of the Indian business.

Hate Story 3 4th Day Collection

The directorial venture of Vishal Pandya has earned more with ordinary star cast than the recent films starring big cast. It surpassed the revenue of Piku starring Deepika Padukone and the Hindi version of Baahubali’s 3 days income. Looking at those figures, Pika earned Rs. 25.22 cr while Baahubali minted Rs. 22.35 cr.



4 Days HS3 1st Monday Box Office

The point to be noted and seen is its lifetime run. Let’s see if it can maintain its hold at the domestic level as Piku and Baahubali did at their time. It will be interesting to see its lifetime collections reach to a decent numbers or not.

In the meantime, it can be said that the third installment of the erotic thriller has emerged to be a successful attempt at the production after HateStory and HateStory2. The latest sequel has been faring well.

4 Days HS3 1st Monday Box Office

Speaking of its return then, HS3 has already recovered its production cost in just 2 days of its release. Taran Adarsh revealed that it was made on a budget of about Rs. 13.2 crore including everything. Thus, it is already a superhit as per its economics.

Hate Story 3 4th Day Collection – Rs. 5 crore [early estimates]

HS3 3 days box office collections – Rs. 31 [to be updated]

The makers are happy with their successful project, thus they are now planning to work on a new sequel. Director Vishal Pandy said that work on HS4 will start by the end of the next year. Vishal wants to give the audience enough time to digest the film. Pandya revealed that he will start work on it but after some production work with Bhushan (producer).

 

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