Happy Ending Opening Occupancy Report – Opens Low

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

happy ending still-showbizbites-03Happy Ending opening occupancy – the movie went contrary to the expectations at the box office in domestic market. There were expectations of doing better at the BO, but the morning shows revealed lower business in Indian circuit. The film took a slow beginning in the morning shows despite having an urban centric plot that gets masses in particular from the metros, but nothing of this sort happened.

Happy Ending is a multiplex project for sure, but the business from there is slow. Still there are hopes and expectations for a good business in the latter half of the day. From metro cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Pune – expectations of better business in coming shows of the day are there.

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The film has received positive reviews and this will help it to soar high in later shows of the day and on the weekend. Well, so far Happy Ending opening occupancy is low, which is certainly totally opposite the expectations. Also read Happy Ending Movie Review and Geeta Basra’s spiciest yummy images.

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