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Hacked Box Office Collection: Hina Khan and Rohan Shah's Hacked is reigning the box office currently. The film, directed by Vikram Bhatt, hit the screens on February 7 along with Mohit Suris's Malang and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Shikara. The See latest box office collection suggests that Hina Khan's Hacked is fail to impress the audience. It also features Mohit Malhotra, Sid Makkar in pivotal roles. Hacked opened with a average amount of Rs 0.20 crore on Friday and went on to earn Rs 0.25 crore on Saturday. It earned Rs 0.30 crore on Sunday, bringing the total collection of the film to Rs 0.75 crore & on day movie collect Rs 0.10 crore.
Hina Khan's Debut with Hacked movie in bollywood a mystereous Lover's story line is adding super climax in movie with bold scenes of Hina Khan. Fans of Hina Khan will not dissapoint their actress as trailer was also liked by many, added source connected to movie. Hina Khan's Film Sturggle at Box Office because of multiple Release on same day like Malang, Shikara and Tanhaji is still running at Box Office. Hacked Screens in Mumbai has been increased to 42 from 14 on it's opening day. The Movie has been getting positive reviews and that only made Bookies to take the movie and increase the screen counts. It will do much better in future. if we talk about day 4 Collection of Hacked movie then on fourth day of it release movie not performed at box office.
Hacked has anyway released with a lot of other movies which means both screens and audiences are divided. But fortunately for Hina, she has some loyal fans who would make it a point to check out the film. But will that be enough to sustain competition at the box office. Hacked needed a little more promotions than it got and that could be detrimental. Movie is all about psychological thriller film with Fantastic storyline and several others are there to watch the Hacked movie. The Hacked is thriller explores the dark side of the digital and the social media world. The film throws light on cybercrime and shows how sharing everything on the web can be dangerous.
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