Bombay Velvet 1st Day Box Office Collections – Disappointing Start

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

bombay velvet movie stills-01Bombay Velvet 1st day box office collections – well, the film could not make what was being expected and even predicted from the first day collections. Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar starrer this mega budget movie is on low side as far as the business is concerned. This is not good at all for the film and its stakeholders. The film’s start was on good note, but in later shows of the day, it could not earn what was being looked at.

The film released in 2600 screen count in the country. But the collections were quite dull. Bombay Velvet 1st day box office collections (first Friday) are around 5.20 crore nett in domestic market. This amount is pretty low as per the film’s worth and budget.

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The film was reportedly made on the whopping budget of 120 crore. Thus, seeing this budget it seems it would hardly recover the amount. The weakened day might bring in some good business, but they too could not bring what is needed. Let’s wait to see what happens to the film in coming days. Till then, there are other nice posts on the website such as Guddu Rangeela trailer out and First Motion poster of Ishq Click out now.

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