BO Analysis: Kapil Sharma’s Firangi and Sunny Leone’s Tera Intezaar open as expected

Bollywood box office verdict – both Firangi and Tera Intezaar opened with expected business

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

bollywood box office verdictTalking about latest Bollywood box office verdict for the movies released yesterday, I would say that the business came as expected from these two movies’ opening. Yesterday, we saw the release of Kapil Sharma’s Firangi and Arbaaz Khan and Sunny Leone starrer Tera Intezaar. Although Kapil’s movie was being awaited by his fans due to the word of mouth promotion he kept doing on his show, but it nonetheless did not take a big ride at all. Tera Intezaar was not a high profile movie, thus there were also not much expectations for a big business from this film.

Last big movie that gave a marvelous opening was Rohit Shetty’s Golmaal Again. From them onwards, there was not even a single film that did astonishing business at the box office.

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Prior to release, Firangi’s opening was being expected around 2 crore. Thus it endowed the investors with the same business. The film collected 2 crore on its first day in India (the exact collections are being awaited).

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Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan starrer Tera Intezaar got really low business by collecting merely 50 lakhs in domestic market. Both movies gave disappointing business, though Tera Intezaar was more mundane.

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