Sonakshi Sinha’s Noor Turns Out to Be Box Office Disaster

Noor 1st weekend box ffice collections prove the movie is a box office disaster

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

noor-1st-weekend-box-office-collectionsSonakshi Sinha’s much hyped movie ‘Noor 1st weekend box office collections’ have now shown that the movie could hardly do better at theaters, as they are simply empty. The movie could not generate buzz and business. Noor is a big box office disaster after the first weekend business winded up. It is running in a number of theaters, but the business is quite less in comparison that shows the theaters are empty with hardly any audience there to watch the flick.

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Promotions have been done pretty good, nonetheless the viewers are not impressed at all. This also now raises the questions on Sonakshi Sinha’s star power.

The film just collected 5.52 crore at the box office in India in three days. Saturday and Sunday too could not generate what was being expected and waited for. The movie will have to rely heavily on word of mouth but that can hardly come since the masses are not impressed at all.

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