Jal 1st Day Box Office Collections – Big Disaster

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

jal-still-showbizbitesJal 1st day box office collections came as was being expected post the release. The film released with merely 385 screens count, which meant it was targeted only for the niche audience. Majority of the critics gave good stars for the film. But, Jal 1st Friday box office collections nonetheless came lucrative. No good hype was generated for the film prior to release and the story is not for the youngsters at all – this all affected the film in business point of view.

Well, Jal 1st day box office collections are merely 10 lakhs or something. This means, the film now has to earn much more to get good business on the opening weekend. But this seems impossible after judging Jal 1st Friday box office collections.


The film carries a subject that is fantastic for the intellectuals and critics can impress with, but the common masses want something interesting – something that relates to them. Unfortunately, Jal does not offer anything to them. Result – the makers have seen now and will see in coming days. Jal 1st Friday box office collections now reveal the movie would be a big disaster and is a big flop. You have now read about Jal 1st day box office collections, thus, come back to read more on the film and its business with analysis. Till then, enjoy reading other posts such as Main Tera Hero 1st day box office collections, Main Tera Hero Movie Review, Jal Movie Review, Maan Karate Movie Review, Rowdy Movie Review and south damsel Sithara hottest images.

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