Carry on Jatta 3 earned 6 crores from Pakistan in 3 days

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A total of 7 Pakistani films were screened on the occasion of Eid Al-Zhaa. However, the Indian Punjabi film released on the occasion of Eid left all the films behind.

Indian website Pink Villa According to the Indian Punjabi film Carry on Jatta 3 Did a total business of 225 thousand US dollars in Pakistan. Which is 6 crores according to Pakistani currency.

According to sources, on the first day of Eid, Pakistani films were screened in most cinemas to promote Pakistani films. However, very few moviegoers attended these shows. Sources have also told that many Pakistani film shows had to be canceled due to very few film fans.

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Pakistani website reporting on movies and box office business Metrolive According to the Pakistani film with the highest number of shows on the first day of Eid Your my stories The total number is 174.

Second ranked Indian Punjabi film Carry on Jatta 3 which has received 100 shows. It should be noted that this film has been released only in the Punjab circuit. The film was not screened in the twin cities of Karachi, Hyderabad, Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

In third place VIPwhose total number of shows was 79 on the first day.Baby Lashescould only get 65 shows. across could get only 31 shows. Orbitalhas got 23 shows. The only Punjabi film of Eid Bride and groom has got only 3 shows in the entire Punjab circuit.

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Till now, Carry on Jatta 3 could not be shown in the entire Punjab, but despite this, the business of Carry on Jatta 3 was more than all the Pakistani films. Whereas in 3 days, the total of the Pakistani film Teri Meri Kanihi Ka business 2 crore 33 lakhs. The second number in terms of collections among Eid movies was Baby Lashes. Which has collected Rs 58 lakh till the end of Eid weekend despite limited shows.

The number of cinemas across the country is around 61 and these cinemas have around 150 screens. 70 percent cinemas and screens are included in the Punjab circuit alone. The screening of Carry On Jatta 3 has not started in Rawalpindi and Islamabad yet, but all the shows that have been showing this film across Punjab are going to full houses. The distributor of Carry On Jatta 3 in Pakistan is Distribution Club, whose another Pakistani film, Teri Meri Kani, also released on this Eid.

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