By Goher iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
Six films released today, but unfortunately all of the six movies bombed at the box office with poor occupancy in morning shows. None of the movies showed any exceptional business at all. But Hawaa Hawaai did a bit better business than all the rest of the movies. Today, Yeh Hai Bakrapur, Hawaa Hawaai, Mastaram, Manjunath, Koyelaanchal and Khwabb released.
Morning shows revealed that no movies showed any good business at all and there are no chances at all of raising the business except Hawaa Hawaai which is expected to do something better than the rest in later days’ shows.
Hawaa Hawaai could even do better over the weekend, but no fantastic business may come at all. HH’s business in comparison with other five releases of today may be better – it’s just like that.
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