Gabbar is Back Becomes the Highest Grosser of 2015

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

Gabbar is BackGabbar is Back 1st day box office collections – Akshay Kumar’s film has become the highest grosser of 2015, as it was being expected and this writer too had predicted the same. The film enjoys a long weekend and so far, the audience’s back seems to be into the favor. Thus, it shows the film may get good word of mouth and if it does, the long weekend might bring some astonishing and lucrative business figures to enjoy with.

Gabbar is Back 1st Friday box office collections have added sparkles to movie’s worth among the cinema lovers and they have also made the stakeholders truly happy.

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The film is now expected to generate quite a good business. All eyes are set on the film’s status at the ticket windows. Let’s wait what happens in coming days. Anyway, Gabbar is Back 1st day box office collections are more than 13 crore in domestic market. Also enjoy some other nice posts on the website such as Gabbar is Back Movie Review and Zarine Khan’s scrumptious skin show (photos).

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