Queen 1st Day Box Office Collections – Fair Business

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

queen-showbizbites-001Queen 1st day box office collections came fair. Well, the film, as it is a mid-budget movie, was never being expected to bring in most lucrative business on opening day and in future days also. The average or above average business was considered to be apt for the movie. Well, Queen 1st Friday box office collections brought in something of a fair business after the poor opening in morning shows.

Film also was affected by two other releases – Gulaab Gang and Total Siyapaa and one Hollywood release – 300 Rise of an Empire. Well, nonetheless the film managed to collect decent business in the end of the day. Queen 1st Friday box office collections came as around 2.20 crore and this happened because of a little bit jump in later day’s shows. Queen 1st day box office collections now give room to film to make decent business on 1st weekend.


Film released in limited screens of 800 screens. Word of mouth could bring in some lucrative results and make the 1st weekend nice. After learning Queen 1st Friday box office collections, it appears that the film could make around 10 crore on opening weekend and this would be nice for this genre and budget of movie. After learning Queen 1st day box office collections, now all eyes are set on today and tomorrow’s business – if they bring in good business, the first weekend will be nice. Anyway, come back to read future business reports of this film at this website. Till then, just chill with other nice articles on the website such as Gulaab Gang 1st day box office collections, Queen Movie Review, Gulaab Gang Movie Review, Total Siyapaa Movie Review and Andrea D’ Souza’s deep cleavage pictures.

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