Queen and Total Siyapaa Open Very Low

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

queen-photo-showbizbitesQueen opening occupancy too like Gulaab Gang appeared to be much poor at the box office despite the big praises from the film critics. The critics’ praiseworthy reviews too could not rescue the film at all. The film opened really poor. The same happened with the comic caper Total Siyapaa – Total Siyapaa opening occupancy came poor as well. The film opened to around 10% occupancy in morning shows.

This week’s all three releases disappointed heavily not only the investors, stakeholders but also the moviegoers, who were waiting for something really heart-hitting. Three releases were in place for this Friday and all of them had different genre, thus, viewers had the option to make selection. But each of them disappointed them though Gulaab Gang and Queen received good reviews. Queen opening occupancy appeared poor and good reviews were thrown aside by the viewers.


Queen Movie Still

In the case of Total Siyapaa, majority of the critics did not impress at all and the same was shown by the masses, who did not come to watch it on screen. Total Siyapaa opening occupancy came as around 10 percent. Now all three movies are dependent on good word of mouth. Let’s wait to see if that happens.

Total Siyapaa Movie Still

Total Siyapaa Movie Still

Till now, Queen opening occupancy and Total Siyapaa opening occupancy are very poor like the other release Gulaab Gang. Also read other articles on the website such as Gulaab Gang opening occupancy report, Gulaab Gang Movie Review, Total Siyapaa Movie Review, Queen Movie Review and Nayantara hot photos (really hot).

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