Bombay Velvet Opens on a Good Note, Deepika’s Piku Still Strong

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

Bombay-Velvet Movie-01Bombay Velvet opening occupancy – well, the movie, as it was being expected and this writer had predicted as well last day, opened to a good note in domestic market. The film may get boost in the later shows of the day providing that it gets a good word of mouth. As per the so far results and reports, the film opened to around 50 percent occupancy in India in morning shows, which is nice and may give a good edge to get nice business once the day wraps up.

Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar starrer this film has been well in news and got a big buzz prior to its release. But, in the morning shows, the results which had to come could not emerge. Anyway, that does not mean it cannot perform well. This happens with the movies. Now all depends on the later shows of the day and positive word of mouth from the audiences.

Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone starrer Piku (released last week) stills goes strong and may be a tough competition for Bombay Velvet at the box office.

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Bombay Velvet opening occupancy now clearly shows the movie needs audiences’ support in order to grow at the box office and it seems the viewers will come out to watch this film in evening and night shows of the day. Besides, the good business may be witnessed on Saturday and Sunday as well. Keep coming back to read more on the film and its business. Till then, enjoy other posts such as Bombay Velvet Movie Review, Brinda Parekh skin show photos and Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma’s romance in Istanbul.

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