Mr. X Starts Showing Poor Business, Nothing Great on Cards Now

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

Mr. X PictureMr. X 5th day box office collections – well, Emraan Hashmi starrer this movie could not make good on its fifth day i.e. 1st Tuesday at the domestic box office. The film showed poor business and the business dropped further. The movie has started losing its potential and now it seems it could bring only a lower business by the end of first week.

Vikram Bhatt directed movie Mr. X 5th day box office collections in Indian circuit are merely 2.15 crore, which is not enough at all. The film’s total collections in domestic market now land on the sum of 18.64 crore – obviously it is not a satisfactory business.

Mr. X

It now seems the film might bring around 21 or 22 crore domestic business by the time the week business winds up. Come back to read more on this film’s business at this website, till then have joys with other posts on the website like Katrina Kaif falls from the horse.

Facebook Comments Box

About Goher Iqbal Punn

Goher Iqbal Punn is a famed Hindi Film Critic, Hindi Music Reviewer, Entertainment Columnist and Bollywood Analyst. His creative and analytical writings are well-received and liked. Mr. Punn is a film trade expert as well and his Box Office Reports are always loved to read and appreciated. His other expertise includes analyzing the small screen of India (Indian television soaps & its celebrities). He has worked with the media giants like BBC (London), Screen (Indian Express, Delhi/Mumbai), Bollywood Hungama (Mumbai), Indiainfo (Mumbai/Bangalore) Daily Times (Lahore) and The Post (Lahore) respectively. In addition to these big wheels of the media industry, Mr. Punn has also been associated with plenty of other coveted online entertainment publications such as Nowrunning (New York), Galmsham (Mumbai), Radio Sargam (Leeds), One India (Bangalore/Mumbai), Bollygraph (Katmandu), Sulekha (Aston), Planet Bollywood (New York) and to name a few. Goher also shares a good rapport with Bollywood and Indian television fraternities. He is often approached for his expert views on Hindi cinema and its celebrities. Media tycoons like The Times (Sunday Times, London), The Christian Science Monitor (Boston), Newsweek of USA and to name a few have interviewed him. Goher also helps the students researching on Bollywood, the most notable being the one he did with a student of Spanish University. Mr. Punn is the most experienced writer with more than 25 years of journalistic experience to his credit. He is contactable at Read Goher Iqbal Punn’s write-ups for Showbiz Bites by visiting this link