Main Tera Hero Opens Just Average with 30 Percent Occupancy Only

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

Main Tera Hero-Showbizbites-002Main Tera Hero opening occupancy – well, the film was being expected to do good at theaters on opening day, but unfortunately the opening occupancy of the movie could not live up to the expectations. The film is the only major release of today and it has been promoted heavily apart from the good music and big hype. Nonetheless nothing worked for the movie and the opening shows of the film gave average occupancy.

Main Tera Hero opening occupancy (morning shows) appeared to be merely 30 percent and from the evening and night shows too are not being expected to bring any juicy results at all because of the T20 World Cup match of India.

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But yes, Saturday is being expected to bring in some fruitful business and Sunday too could be laced with good business. But Sunday’s business might get affected a bit because of the final match of World Cup T20. Overall, Main Tera Hero could nonetheless bring fruitful business on 1st weekend. Let’s wait and see. Till then, Main Tera Hero opening occupancy is just plain average. Multiplexes gave good results, but in single screens the film showed lower results. Also read Main Tera Hero Movie Review, Jal Movie Review, Deepika Padukone wardrobe malfunctions (photos) and Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan liplock in public (photos).

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