Besharam 1st Monday Box Office Collections – 50 Crore Mark Attained

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

ranbir kapoor-besharamstill-showbizbitesBesharam 1st Monday box office collections again show that the film is still poor in terms of collections. The film’s business so far has been poor and it did not generate any good expectations at all. The film received negative reviews from the critics and the word of mouth, which is often very essential for a film to run well, was not strong at all. Ranbir kapoor’s stardom could not work in his favor this time around even his parents’ presence on board too could not help the movie to sink in. The film will soon wind up the business, it is obvious from all aspects. Besharam 6th day box office collections saw a big drop again. The movie earned just 2.30 crore (as per early estimates). The film’s business so far is also Besharam, which does not satisfy the distributors.

Ranbir’s Besharam total domestic box office collections in 6 days are 50.30 crore. Well, despite crossing 50 crore mark in Indian market, Besharam is still poor in business. As per reports, the movie could also not entice the moviegoers abroad. The overseas collections too, as per reports, are mundane. After peeping into Besharam 1st Monday box office collections, it appears that the movie would hardly do any good business in the days to come.


The movie is a big disaster and could hardly stand up at the box office now. There would not be any miracles to happen to save the movie. You have read all about Besharam 1st Monday box office collections, now you can read the upcoming business of the film at this website. Just return to this platform to read Besharam 7th day box office collections. Meanwhile, you can read other stories like Phata Poster Nikla Hero 18th day box office collections, Attarintiki Daredi crosses 100 crore mark in India and a special story on Miranda Kerr becomes the new face of Swarovski.

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