Naam Shabana Surpasses 5 Crores in India on 1st Day

Naam Shabana 1st day collections reveal the movie has potential to grow

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Hindi Film Critic, Columnist & Bollywood Analyst – Showbiz Bites

naam-shabana-1st-day-collectionsNaam Shabana was in talks and it released yesterday with oomph. The opening of the movie was average, but it was predicted that it would be okay in later shows of the day and that happened. Naam Shabana 1st day collections reveal the result – the movie earned 5.12 crores at the domestic box office. It was being predicted that the movie will surpass 4 crores business, but it did more than that. Taapsee Pannu is on way to grab critics’ applaud and even viewers as well.

The wider release helped the movie for sure in gaining good business on first day and in coming days, it will do as well. Across India, it released in 2100 screens.

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The movie stars Akshay Kumar in a cameo. His fans are on way to be loyal to him by watching this film. Naam Shabana has been released in 37 countries. The movie has potential to earn handsome business if all goes well on weekend. The 1st weekend business might be exceptional if word of mouth goes into the favor of the film, but currently it seems average.

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