By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
Gulaab Gang 1st weekend box office collections went really low and lower than the expectations also. The film did just about average business on opening weekend. Gulaab Gang 3rd day box office collections too came lower, but they nonetheless showed a little bit of jump than the previous two days.
The film still did not make any impressive business at all and even the opening was poor. Gulaab Gang 3rd day box office collections (1st Sunday) are 3.55 crore. On 2nd day (1st Saturday), the business was pretty lower, as the film earned merely 2.30 crore at domestic box office. Well, Gulaab Gang 1st weekend box office collections are now stand at the total of just 8.85 crore that is simply below the mark and not impressive at all.
Madhuri’s last release Dedh Ishqiya’s 1st weekend business in India was even more than Gulaab Gang, as Dedh Ishqiya had earned around 12 crore. Madhuri’s star power has lost charm and you can guess from both movies, which gained superb positive reviews from the critics, nonetheless both could not make any marks. She should now retire from the movies or if she still wants to stay in films, then character acting is the best option. She is really aged and in the presence of young bubbly and vivacious girls, people would not like to see her as heroine. There is also another option – judging the reality shows, which she does. Well, Gulaab Gang 3rd day box office collections are a bit nice. But if you focus on Gulaab Gang 1st weekend box office collections, they are pretty lower. Come back to read more on film and its business with analysis. Till then, enjoy reading other articles such as Amitabh Bachchan arrives on automated scooter on Bhootnath Returns sets (pictures), Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone at Kochadaiyaan audio release (see pictures) and Andrea D’Souza shows deep cleavage (hottest pictures).
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