Begum Jaan Set to Earn 3 to 4 Crores on Opening Day

Begum Jaan box office prediction – 3 to 4 crores on opening day

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Hindi Film Critic, Columnist & Bollywood Analyst – Showbiz Bites

Vidya Balanbegum-jaan-box-office-prediction’s ready to hit the screens flick Begum Jaan box office prediction seems that the flick is set to open with a business of 3 to 4 crores in domestic market. The film is a remake of a hit Bengali film ‘Rajkahani’. Balan is returning to the makers of Hamari Adhuri Kahani with this film. Although a good amount of promotion has been done for the movie, nonetheless the film relies upon word of mouth. Let’s see if the masses do this work for the film or not.

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Begum Jaan has an adult subject and carries a serious narrative. Thus audience may find it attractive in terms of adult subject.


If the figure crosses 4 crores on 1st day, it would be beneficial for the makers and all stakeholders.

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