Selfie Day 3 Box Office Collection

Things are going well for Selfiee at the box office. It’s possible that the movie didn’t do well on opening day, but word of mouth from audiences will ensure that Selfie will do well on Saturday and Sunday. Let’s take a look at the box office takings of the movie Selfie on the third day. ………………

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Selfie Day 3 Collection : The second day net box office can be as high as 7 crore for a Selfie movie. The movie has a gross advance for second place of 69 million. where 33858 tickets are all taken. Here is the box office result of Selfie on the third day.

Selfie Day 3 Box Office Collection, Selfiee  Box Office Collection Day 3
Selfie Day 3 Box Office Collection, Selfiee Box Office Collection Day 3

Selfie All Days Box Office Collection (India Net)

DayNet CollectionChange (+/-)
Day 1
(1st Friday)
₹ 5 Cr *early estimate
Day 2
(1st Saturday)
₹ 7 Cr *may earn
Day 3
(1st Saturday)
Coming soon ..
Total₹ 12 Cr

Read Also: Selfie Second Day Advance Booking Report

  1. Selfiee 3 Days India Net Box Office Collection: ₹ Cr
  2. Selfiee 3 Days India Gross Box Office Collection: ₹ Cr
  3. Selfiee 3 Days Overseas Box Office Collection: ₹ Cr
  4. Selfiee 3 Days Worldwide Box Office Collection: ₹ Cr

Selfiee (Hindi) Day 3 Occupancy in Theatres

Here is Selfie movie morning, afternoon, evening and night occupancy on 2nd Day:

  1. Morning Shows: NA%
  2. Afternoon Shows: NA%
  3. Evening Shows: NA%
  4. Night Shows: NA%

About Selfie Movie

Hotshot actor Vijay Kumar desperately needs a driver’s license to complete his shooting in Bhopal on time. However, a misunderstanding with Om Prakash, the vehicle inspector, sparks a rivalry between the two. The hero’s ardent supporter becomes an enemy when he insists that Vijay must legally obtain a driver’s license like any other citizen, which can take up to a month. However, Vijay has a week to travel to the United States. Will he confiscate the license before he leaves?

Is Om Prakash Agarwal’s (Emraan Hashmi) confrontation with megastar Vijay Kumar (Akshay Kumar) over a driver’s license over the top? Maybe. But the witty dialogs and performances in the remake of Driving License, a 2019 Malayalam film, make you overlook the weak premise. Do not Angry Me is a delightful nod to Akshay’s stardom, with references to the numerous projects he works on every year and his “jabde wali” smile, which he calls acting the producer Emraan’s transformation into a fierce antagonist is equally remarkable, however. He keeps a firm grip on his role, acting like a humble middle-class man even when he does heroic things.

However, he occasionally loses his Bhopali accent, which is a shortcoming.
After Good Newwz, Akshay and director Raj Mehta team up again. Mehta has a good handle on the first half of the film, keeping it fun and light and sprinkling in funny lines that Akshay delivers effortlessly. However, in the second half, which focuses on the struggle between the heroes, the humor is less pronounced. Even though the sections about the driving test are a bit too long, they are still watchable. The event also makes fun of the #BoycottBollywood movement and the phenomenon of “trial by media”. However, our films are increasingly showing instances of loud electronic media coverage that is becoming tiresome and repetitive.

Abhimanyu Singh in the role of Suraj, a fading superstar, and Meghna Malik in the role of Kamla Tiwari, a star-struck councilwoman, are more than impressive. Abhimanyu is hilarious in the role of Vijay’s former roommate, who now delivers hilarious lines in questionable films and commercials. However, his roles seem forced after a few moments. Kusha Kapila, a social media influencer, does a good job as a tarot card reader in a cameo appearance. Meghna, on the other hand, stands out mostly for her comic timing in scenes with Akshay.

Diana Penty’s performance as Vijay’s wife Naina is limited, but she does a good job in any capacity where she can play the stylish and supportive wife. Nushrratt Bharuccha, who knows a thing or two about the nature of parody, does a good job of portraying a youthful Bhopali lady and Om Prakash’s soul mate Minty.
The remix of “Main Khiladi” by Tanishk Bagchi and Anu Mailik is danceable, as is the title song by Lijo George and DJ Chetas and the upbeat “Sher” by Vikram Montrose.

Disclaimer : This film’s Advance Booking information comes from a variety of sources as well as our own research. These are possible estimates, and we are not responsible for the accuracy of these data.

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