Gang of Ghosts 1st Day Collections – A Failure with Poor Business

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

gang of ghosts-picture-showbizbitesGang of Ghosts 1st day box office collections are really poor. The film opened poor yesterday and then the windup business of the opening day too emerged poor. Well, Gang of Ghosts 1st Friday box office collections now clearly reveal that the movie is a disaster and will soon be out of the theaters. Prior to release, it was being predicted to be the competitor to Ragini MMS 2 though good expectations were for the latter, but nonetheless it was considered to be a competitor. But all washed out when the film opened poor and then showed the 1st day business as poor.

Gang of Ghosts 1st day box office collections are merely 50 lakhs in India. The distributors and all the stakeholders must not be happy at all with the way the business of opening day oozed out. After pouring on Gang of Ghosts 1st Friday box office collections, it appears the movie is now going to be termed a big failure.

The film that is a comic caper with an element of ghosts could not survive and will not survive also in coming days. The opening weekend will be a disaster, as shown clearly by Gang of Ghosts 1st Friday box office collections. You guys now cam return to the website to learn more about the future business of the film with analysis after learning about Gang of Ghosts 1st day box office collections. Meanwhile, just chill with other nice stuff on the website such as Bharti Singh engaged, Ashwini hot photos, Ragini MMS 2 1st day collections with analysis, Ragini MMS 2 Movie Review, Ragini MMS 2 opening report, Gang of Ghosts Movie Review and Gang of Ghosts opening report. For more interesting stuff on the website scroll down the page till the end and read the posts in the sidebar.

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