Badmashiyaan, Hey Bro, Dirty Politics and Coffee Bloom Appear DULL

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

dirty politicsThis Friday witnessed four releases – Badmashiyaan – Fun Never Ends, Dirty Politics, Coffee Bloom and Hey Bro. The 1st fay box office collections of all four movies are simply done – in other words, 1st Friday box office collections of these movies are simply dull. Among these movies, only Dirty Politics could make something better.

Dirty Politics 1st day box office collections are around 1.25 crore at domestic box office. This is not a good business at all considering the fact the film was promoted good and carried good starcast.

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Badmashiyaan 1st day box office collections are around 12 lakhs in India only and Hey Bro churned out 25 lakhs. As far as Coffee Bloom’s business is concerned, it earned the figure, which is quite low. Exact figure is yet to come.  Also enjoy other posts on the website such as Rishina Kandhari plays holi with husband, looks damn hot (photo) and Alia Bhatt’s lavish vanity van photos.

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