Khoobsurat Opens to Dull Response, Word of Mouth Needed Badly

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

khoobsurat-01-showbizbitesKhoobsurat opening occupancy, well, the film could not open as per the prediction and expectations. This writer had mentioned in Khoobsurat box office prediction that if the content was good, the opening may be better. But, as the content is not attractive, the movie as a result could not get desirable opening.

The movie is a multiplex product and has been released mainly in multiplexes. Single screen count is quite low for this flick. Khoobsurat has released in almost 1200 screens or so. Well, Khoobsurat opening occupancy is quite dull in morning show. Now all eyes are focused on evening and late night shows, which may be good for the film. Let’s wait and see.


After dull opening, the movie now needs strong word of mouth in order to get good business on 1st day and then in opening weekend. You now after reading Khoobsurat opening occupancy report, come back to read more on film’s business at this website. Till then, just chill with posts such as Khoobsurat Movie Review, Daawat-e-Ishq Movie Review and Daawat-e-Ishq opening occupancy report.

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