Bewakoofiyaan Opens Very Low – Disappointing Start

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

bewakoofiyan photo-showbizbitesBewakoofiyaan opening occupancy reports – well, the film did not open well at all. The opening occupancy of the film in India in morning shows was poor. The film is expected to rise up a bit in later shows of the day. If more rise up is witnessed, it would be a miracle. If the opening occupancy is lower, it doesn’t mean that the movie cannot now make good business, often the film open low, but then pick up the business in later shows. Thus, we have to wait the wind up business of the day.

But as per the morning shows, Bewakoofiyaan opening occupancy was very low. The film received mixed reviews from the critics. It also affected the film’s business and will affect. But if it succeeds in getting word of mouth, the film will get good business in coming days.

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Let’s wait to see how good the opening day’s business would be? Or it will turn out to be poor like the opening shows. Till now Bewakoofiyaan opening occupancy is much lower. Also read Bewakoofiyaan Movie Review, Funny photos of Bollywood actresses without teeth (really rib-tickling), Varun Dhawan’s liplock with Ileana D’ Cruz in Main Tera Hero, Sonam Kapoor takes off Ayushmann Khurrana’s shirt to make love (hot photos), Sonam Kapoor’s deep cleavage show in Bewakoofiyaan (really hot), Sunny Leone’s bolder side (hottest photos).

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