Aurangzeb 1st Day Box Office Collections – Average Business

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

aurangzeb_Still-showbizbitesAurangzeb 1st day box office collections are not as were being expected. The film opened to average occupancy on its opening day. Aurangzeb opening day box office collections are 3.90 crore nett in domestic market. The film did not receive positive reviews from majority of the critics and many are of the view that the second half disappointed. Aurangzeb works big time for its stars’ brilliant performances and the same have been mentioned by the majority of the film critics.

Aurangzeb first Friday box office collections show that the movie can go well at least for few days at the domestic box office despite the fact it opened to average occupancy and did average business on first day.

Small screens, as per the reports, brought in good business for the film whereas the multiplexes seemed to be lacking in fetching in the audiences in good quantity. The flick performed better in the markets of UP, Delhi and East Punjab.

Arjun Kapoor once again performed brilliant and did not degrade the good expectations of his fans and moviegoers. He had earned laurels from his acting in his debut film ‘Ishaqzaade’ and the same he showed in Yash Raj Films’ Aurangzeb.

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Aurangzeb 1st day box office collections are average and there are expectations for the good business over the weekend. Let’s wait and see what the weekend brings in for the film? You may come to read Aurangzeb 2nd day box office collections at this website. In the meanwhile, you may read Aurangzeb (2013) Movie Review, Shootout at Wadala 14th Day Box Office Collections and a special article on Aishwarya Rai at Cannes Film Festival 2013 with pictures. You may also read Go Goa Gone 7th Day Box Office Collections report.

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