Boss 9th Day Box Office Collections – Couldn’t Even Earn 50 Crore

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

akki-boss-still-showbizbitesBoss 9th day box office collections further let us know that the film is a big failure. The 100 crore expectant Akshay Kumar’s much-hyped movie could not even make 50 crore at the domestic box office in week one. This is the biggest disaster and the failure of the film. Akshay, who is considered to be a saleable and 100 crore business star, could not spark at all this time around. The film earned just 50 lakhs in domestic market on 9th day and obviously and apparently it is the poorest earning of the film so far. Akshay Kumar has disappointed his fans with this movie. The fans, who await his movies crazily, got much disappointed with Boss.

Well, now from now onwards, Akshay will have to very carefully focus on the scripts he signs for movies. This time his choice for the subject was not good and for this, he had to face the consequences. Boss 9th day box office collections reveal that the business in India on 9th day was not good at all. The film so far has earned only 49.50 crore in domestic market.

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You can see that in 9 days, the film having Akshay on board, could not bring up even 50 crore. Huh, this is without any doubt the colossal failure. Well, after reading about Boss 9th day box office collections, you may now read about the film’s future business at this place. Come back to read Boss 10th day box office collections at this website. Meantime, you may read other stories such as Mickey Virus opening day occupancy report, Mickey Virus movie review and Bhai Telugu movie review.

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