Mr. X Earns Decent 1st Weekend Business

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

Mr.X FilmMr. X 1st weekend box office collections – the film earned a nice opening weekend business despite the lower opening. The film opened quite low, but then gained momentum in later shows of the day. Then onwards, a nice business has emerged resulting in a good nice weekend business in domestic market. Emraan Hashmi starrer this movie which shows him as an invisible man has potential to go on well in weekdays. Let’s wait and see.

Anyway, Mr. X 1st Sunday box office collections are 5.10 crore in domestic market, which is fine for the stakeholders. Mr. X 1st weekend box office collections now land on the sum of 13.99 crore in domestic market.

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Now eyes are focused on the first week business of the film. Hopes are there that the film may do well once the week gets over. But for this, one has to wait and see. Till then, there are other posts on the website such as Sara Loren’s hot movie Ishq Click and Why Huma Qureshi watches horror movies?

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