Phillauri Opens Slow in Morning Shows, 4 Crores Nonetheless Expected

Phillauri morning shows business disappoints – 4 crores expected nonetheless

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

phillauri-morning-showsAnushka Sharma’s Phillauri morning shows business could not generate what was being expected from the film. It is Sharma’s second production after NH 10. The trailers of the movie got good response from the audiences, but the movie’s opening was not great at all. The film is set in two eras. The reports have it that Phillauri took great start in north, but it is sad that it could not generate business in rest of India.

In Mumbai, Bangalore and other circuits, the film took opening of 15 to 20 percent. The movie will have to struggle to get good opening day business.

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But it is expected to have a decent business since it did well in north side.  The opening seems to be in the range of 4 crores something.

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