Selfiee BO Collection Day 5: ‘Selfie’ turns out to be ‘bankruptcy’ at the box office

Selfiee Box Office Collection Day 5

Selfiee BO Collection Day 5: Bollywood player Kumar (Akshay Kumar) has become a topic of discussion regarding his film Selfie.

Before the release of the film, seeing the songs of this film and the promotion of the film, it seemed that this film would earn tremendously. But since its release, the film did badly at the box office.

‘Selfie’ fails at the box office

Let us tell you that the film Selfie has completely collapsed at the box office. According to media reports, the film has earned Rs 1.10 crore on the fifth day of its release i.e. Tuesday.

Selfie total collection

Also, if we talk about the collection of the first four days of the film, then the film collected Rs 2.55 crores on the first day. Also, ‘Selfie’ earned Rs 3.80 crore on the second day. Selfie collected Rs 3.90 crore on the third day. On the fourth day, Akshay Kumar’s film Selfie could do business of just Rs 1.3 crore. With this, the total collection of Selfie now stands at Rs 12.70 crore.

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‘Selfie’ shatters Akshay’s hopes

Akshay Kumar’s latest film ‘Selfie’ has also shattered all the expectations of the actor. Even before this, many of the actor’s films have flopped at the box office. Which includes from Selfie to Bachchan Pandey, Emperor Prithviraj, Rakshabandhan and Ramsetu. Also, if we talk about the collection of Selfie, then the film Selfie was made in a budget of Rs 150 crores, but could not make a big splash at the box office and has completely collapsed at the box office.

‘Selfie’ made in a budget of 150 crores

Let us inform that the film ‘Selfie’ is the official Hindi remake of the Malayalam film ‘Driving License’. Also, the original film was a super-duper hit, but ‘Selfie’, made in a budget of 150 crores, has gone bankrupt badly. There is no audience for the film Selfie in theatres, so Selfie has not been able to recover even half of its cost.

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