Issaq 1st Weekend Box Office Collections, Not Inspiring

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

issaqstill-showbizbitesIssaq 1st weekend box office collections are pretty low and they are not up to the mark and expectations at all. The film that opened with lower occupancy then gained the momentum later on the day. The film’s opening day was good and enticed the investors for sure. The movie received 1 crore on 1st day. Issaq 2nd day box office collections were low and the business slightly dropped, as the movie received 95 lacks on its 1st Saturday. Issaq 1st Sunday box office collections gained a little bit momentum by receiving 1.05 crore in domestic market. But the overall business was not soothing at all.

The film, which was made on Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, could not entice the cinegoers at all. Issaq 1st weekend box office collections simply dropped the business and enthusiasm of the investors of the film. They have disappointed for sure. Well, there are no expectations of any good business in the days to come. Total domestic collections in three days are 3 crore.


Prateik Babbar’s romantic film has no potential at all and it will not allure the viewers. The movie will soon finish off its business and pack the baggage to go back home. Issaq 1st weekend box office collections have made the picture crystal clear, thus no hopes at all are with the stakeholders. If you want to learn Issaq 4th day box office collections, you may hit this space once again to learn the same. Till then you can enjoy with other articles such as Nasha 1st weekend box office collections, Riteish Deshmukh and Bruna Abdalah’s intimate scene in Grand Masti and 6th Boroplus Gold Awards 2013 with celebs’ pictures at the gold carpet.

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