Kill Dil Opening Occupancy – Just an Average Business in Pocket

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

kill dil-pic-showbizbitesKill Dil opening occupancy – the film opened to average or you might say decent occupancy at the domestic box office. Since it was a solo release of today, it could not make what was being expected from this flick. With the biggie Yash Raj Films at the back, Kill Dil nonetheless could not make any ripples at theaters nationwide. 1st Friday box office collections could be better provided that word of mouth goes fine.

Kill Dil opening occupancy, though was around 80 percent in India in morning shows, has been just average overall. The later shows’ booking reveal drastic drop in bookings. Well, let’s wait to see the wind up of the day to see the exact footfalls.

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It is Govinda’s comeback and besides it stars the likes of Ranveer Singh, Parineeti Chopra and Ali Zafar in main leads. The film lacks the trademark style of YRF. The film is now expected to get good response from the evening and night shows. Let’s wait now. Also read other posts such as Kill Dil Movie Review and Mamta Kulkarni detained in Kenya with drugs.

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