Creature 3D Turns Out to Be Poor on 1st Weekend

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

bips in creature3d-showbizbitesCreature 3D 1st weekend box office collections are low, as were the expectations upon film’s release. Vikram Bhatt and Bipasha Basu’s combo doesn’t really seem to blow up this time around. Let’s see what happens in coming days. Film did not received any good reviews from the majority of critics. Besides, the word of mouth is not as per the requirement.

The opening too was lower and now the opening weekend too displays the same. Creature 3D 1st weekend box office collections are not handsome at all, as the movie earns merely 11.34 crore in India. Weekdays will hardly bring any lucrative business at all and it is being expected that the weekdays would consist of lower business more.

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If word of mouth still shows support, the movie could get a saving. Creature 3D 1st weekend box office collections now clearly depict the rescue would hardly take place. Let’s return to read more on the film’s business. Till then, chill with other posts such as Finding Fanny 1st weekend box office collections and Poonam Pandey’s hottest and yummiest ever skin show (photos).

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