Bombay Velvet BO Updates: Biggest Disaster of All Time after 1st Weekend

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

bombay velvet 1st weekend collections-01Bombay Velvet 1st weekend box office collections – well, the film simply turned out to be the biggest disaster and after checking the figures of three days’ business, the film now adds itself to the list of the biggest disasters of all time. All the predictions, which were made prior to release, went flat and the movie took an altogether opposite turn by showing itself a big LOOSER.

Anyway, Bombay Velvet 1st weekend box office collections (3 days business) in domestic market is around 16.10 crore, which is simply very poor in all manners and in every sense of the word.

Let’s check out the breakdown of the 1st weekend business in India:

Bombay Velvet 1st day box office collections: 5.20 crore

Bombay Velvet 2nd day box office collections: 5.10 crore

Bomay Velvet 3rd day box office collections: 5.80 crore

Total Domestic Collections 1st Weekend (in 3 Days): 16.10 crore

bombay velvet 1st weekend collections

The film is a big budget movie and now all the stakeholders are under huge pressure, since the loss is going to be the biggest. Keep coming back to this website to learn more on the film and other entertainment stuff. Till the time, you may browse the website to enjoy other posts. Also enjoy Guddu Rangeela’s trailer and Ishq Click’s first motion poster.

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