Naam Shabana Ready to Open Well

Naam Shabana box office prediction – movie has potential to grow

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

naam-shabana-box-office-predictionTaapsee Pannu’s Naam Shabana is all set to hit the screens tomorrow. The movie is a prequel to Baby and has been on way to generate good ripples. Well, Naam Shabana box office prediction is clear that the movie will find some good opening at the box office. The film is set to get around 30 to 40 percent opening in India. The movie features Akshay Kumar in a special role and his presence no doubt makes the movie central focus of the masses.

The movie has been made in a controlled budget, thus it would not be a big issue for the film to recover the costs. Saturday and Sunday will bring in good footfalls to add good total to movie’s opening weekend business.

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There is no big competition at all Naam Shabana has. Phillauri too is slow at the box office, thus Taapsee’s movie has potential to grow.

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