Dolly Ki Doli 1st Weekend Collections – Decent Business But Suffering Ahead

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

dolly ki doliDolly Ki Doli 1st weekend box office collections – the film opened dull and then it got boost on following days i.e. Saturday and Sunday. Well, the profitable thing is that the film received decent business on its first weekend and that is what was required by the film. But from now onwards, the good business might not happen even though today is a holiday in India and the film has an extended weekend.

Dolly Ki Doli 1st weekend box office collections now land at the total of 10.30 crore in domestic market. The movie, which is a con-drama, could not get good reviews, as just mixed reviews came from the critics. Also there has not been a good positive word of mouth from the masses as well, which now will lead the movie towards a downward business.

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As there are no expectations of any good business in coming days, the film may now suffer since the biggie ‘Baby’ is in competition. Also read Baby 1st weekend box office collections.

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