That was Sunday. Monday, day 4, however, was an entirely different story with the collections virtually collapsing to Rs 5.07 crore, laying to rest any hope of it turning into a Rs 100 cr hit. This signalled that the word of mouth booster shot by those who had seen the movie was not good enough to lure their friends and kin to the theatres. In domestic market, this has taken the Tamasha collections to Rs 43.30 crore. With the international amount added, the total rose to Rs 65.70 crore – the sum is however, nothing to sneeze at and that is what made both Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor to celebrate their ‘success’ despite the plunging collections, according to reports. The hint about Monday’s fall in collections was evident before release of film as low key advance bookings and mixed responses had suggested that Tamasha, despite posting decent opening day box office collections figures, would witness a drop in the take as the weekend ends – it did not have the stamina to last the distance through the week.