Phillauri Collects 4.02 Crore on 1st Day in India – BO Analysis

Phillauri 1st day box office collections earn 4.02 crore

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

phialluri-1st-day-box-office-collectionsPhillauri 1st day box office collections brought what was being expected from the movie. Anushka Sharma’s production venture is set to make big marks. After opening slow, the movie gathered momentum in later shows of the day. The film has surpassed the business of Sharma’s maiden production venture NH10. The concept and storyline of the film is working with the masses. The movie did marvelous business in north and Punjab. From north India, 52 percent business came up.

The movie was made with 21 crore budget and from satellite and music rights, Phillauri has already recovered 12 crore. Now you may guess that the movie is already in winning state.

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The opening weekend business is up to generate big mark. Anushka too is very much confident with the massive business set to emerge. Let’s wait and see where the movie goes in coming days. Post the opening weekend, the film might witness the drop in coming days, but that happens with all movies. Opening weekend will design the fate of this flick. With a moderate production cost, Phillauri is already safe.

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