Cirkus First Day Box Office Collection Report Check here :- Ranveer Singh, Jacqueline Fernandez, and Pooja Hegde starrer Cirkus has been released on about 3200 screens across India and unfortunately this Rohit Shetty’s comedy venture has failed to impress the critics due to its baseless story and cringeworthy humour. Film experts gave very poor ratings to Cirkus during the early reviews and impressions.
If you are interested in knowing the full first day collection report of Cirkus Bollywood film at the Indian box office with full earnings breakdown then read the article further because we are about to reveal the full earnings insights of this Rohit Shetty directorial.
Cirkus Hindi Film 1st Day Collection Check – Full Report
Cirkus advance booking was very disappointing as it sold only 23,000 tickets during its pre-booking window and makers were expecting way bigger numbers due to the Christmas weekend release. But now comes the time for the real truth that whether this film managed to impress the public or not? and how much money Cirkus earned on the opening day?
Cirkus got a very slow opening on the early morning of 23 Dec 2022 but later in the day due to great public impressions, its noon and evening shows received great audience numbers in the theatres. Many people liked the small cameo of Ajay Devgn in this film and as Cirkus is a masala film, so it managed to get even good occupancy on single screens on first Friday.
In the major Indian cities of Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru, Cirkus managed to get a fabulous overall occupancy rate of around 70% – 80% on 1st day and these numbers might further increase in the next 2 days because of Christmas weekend holidays.
Although many people after watching Cirkus were seen saying that its a one trime watch kind of a film but some die hard Golmaal fans were seen going to theatres to watch its shows twice or even thrice on day 1 and this helped Cirkus a lot to collect good income on the day 1.
Cirkus first day collection on Friday 23 December 2022 is Rs 6.25 crores