Aurangzeb First Monday Box Office Collections – 4th Day Business

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

aurangzeb movie-still-showbizbitesAurangzeb first Monday box office collections are simply poor and they really do not entice at all. The business on Monday is super disappointing for the makers and the investors of the film. The film does not carry a content which is praiseworthy except the power-packed performances on which the film is doing some business. Land mafia concept has been used in the film besides the age-old story (Trishul’s concept) has been taken into the making of the film. Aurangzeb 4th day box office collections are 1.90 crore nett in India. Now you can yourself imagine what is the worth of the movie among the cinegoers.

The business of Aurangzeb so far clearly shows that the people who have watched the film not been doing any word of mouth publicity for the film. Well, this is obvious no one would do praise when the thing is bad. Aurangzeb total 4 days box office collections are now 14.70 crore in India. This is not a business which should be raved. It is a big disappointment. Another bad thing is that Aurangzeb overseas collections too are hugely poor.

Aurangzeb total domestic box office collections are a big disappointment. Well, the failure of the film’s business would surely affect the starcast of the movie. Sasha Agha may get affected more than the others since it is her debut vehicle.

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Aurangzeb first Monday box office collections, as you have read now, are disappointing and now the upcoming business of the movie too is expected to walk on the same lines. Check out Aurangzeb 5th day box office collections at this website and in the meantime, you can read Aurangzeb 3rd day box office collections and an article on Aishwarya Rai at Cannes Film Festival 2013.

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