Queen 1st Weekend Collections – Beats Gulaab Gang and Total Siyapaa

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

queen-still-showbizbites-001Queen 1st weekend box office collections showed nice business revealing the film did decent business at the box office beating two other Bollywood releases of the week – Gulaab Gang and Total Siyapaa. The film surpassed both at domestic BO. Queen 3rd day box office collections showed real jum than previosu two days. Queen opened just fair with 2.20 crore domestic business and then on 2nd day (1st Saturday), the business received a bit of jump by earning 2.85 crore business in India.

Then Queen 3rd day box office collections (1st Sunday) came as a fruitful business for the investors, as the film earned 4.50 crore in Indian circuit. Queen 1st weekend box office collections then turned out to be catchy – 9.55 crore. Well, this clearly shows that the film defeated Gulaan Gang and Total Siyapaa on opening weekend.


Kangana Ranaut starrer film carries catchy story and performances. The film is expected to do better in coming days as well though weekdays would bring in drops. But the business will keep adding sparkles to overall total. Let’s wait and see. Till now, the latest is Queen 1st weekend box office collections are really nice. And the same goes for Kangana’s Queen 3rd day box office collections as well. Come back to read more on the film and its business at this website. Till then, just chill with other cool stuff on the website such as Gulaab Gang 1st weekend collections, Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone at Kochadaiyaan audio release and Amitabh Bachchan arrives on automated scooter on Bhootnath Returns sets (pictures). Also read Queen Movie Review.

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