Finding Fanny Opens Decently

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

finding fanny-still-showbizbites-02Finding Fanny opening occupancy – the movie opened with good reviews from majority of the film critics. As per the reports, Finding Fanny opening occupancy appears really nice. It is certainly a multiplex film and the business is being largely expected to come from multiplexes than single screens.

Finding Fanny opening occupancy is around 40 to 45 percent in Indian circuit. Reports have it that the evening and night shows will turn out to be a real crowd puller. The screen count of the movie is lower than other release Creature 3D, but Finding Fanny is expected to do more business than Vikram Bhatt’s sci-fic thriller.

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Released in 900 screens, Finding Fanny got decent opening in morning shows in Mumbai and Delhi in particular. It is being expected that the movie’s business is being expected from metros. After reading Finding Fanny opening occupancy report, you may also read Creature 3D opening occupancy, Creature 3D Movie Review and Finding Fanny Movie Review.

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