Gang of Ghosts Opens Poor

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

gang of ghosts-pic-showbizbitesGang of Ghosts opening occupancy – well, the film could not allure the critics and majority of the critics went against the film. The same happened with the audiences, who preferred watching the seductress Sunny Leone’s erotica horror flick Ragini MMS 2 to watching this film. Gang of Ghosts thus opened poorly at the box office.

The film is not expected to rise the business on the first weekend and post the opening weekend, there are bright chances of the windup of the business in few days if the business goes on poorly. Therefore Gang of Ghosts opening occupancy clearly reveals the poorness of the business and in the presence of full dose of skin-show Ragini MMS 2, Gang of Ghosts cannot rise at all.

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There is also a big problem with the movie – the comedy is lackluster. Had it been great, the response to the movie would have been marvelous and it could emerge as a competitor to Ragini MMS 2, as it was being expected and predicted prior to the release. After reading Gang of Ghosts opening occupancy, you guys can now read other nice posts on the website such as Ragini MMS 2 opens fantastically (analysis), Ashwini hot photos, Bharti Singh engaged to Comedy Circus writer Harsh Limbachiyaa and Kangana Ranuat’s hot cleavage show (steamy photos).

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