Boss 1st Tuesday Box Office Collections – Poor Business

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

akshay-boss-showbizbitesBoss 1st Tuesday box office collections are not up to the mark, the film has been on way to prove that it is among Akshay Kumar’s unsuccessful films. It has joined in the bandwagon of Kumar’s box office failures. The film was being expected to generate mammoth business and even there were expectations of joining in 100 crore club. But now it seems vague. The film could not join the 100 crore club. If it happens, it will be a miracle. Boss 1st week collections are simply uninspiring and poor. One cannot enjoy with the business, the film so far has produced at the box office. The movie gained whopping hype and promotions before the release. But nothing could help the movie at the box office. The fans of Akshay got disappointed with his latest product.

The movie earned 2.75 crore on 1st Tuesday. This means the 7th day business of the film was not good at all. Boss 7th day box office collections simply disappointed the stakeholders of the film. Boss this time around could not generate any oomph factor with his latest offering. After learning about Boss 1st Tuesday box office collections, it is now clear that hardly the movie now could bring up good box office results. Total Boss 1st week collections (7 days) are now 47.75 crore in domestic market.


Akshay’s fans really turned out to be disappointed hugely. The movie carries nothing great to impress the audiences, which is why it received no good word of mouth publicity. Well, you have learnt all about Akshay’s Boss 1st Tuesday box office collections and Boss 1st week collections, you may now be interested in reading about Boss 8th day box office collections, come back to read them at this place. Till then enjoy reading Krrish 3 advance booking report and Krrish 3 box office prediction report.

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