Revolver Rani 1st Day Box Office Collections – Simply Poor Business

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

revolver rani-still-showbizbites-01Revolver Rani 1st day box office collections show the same what happened with film’s opening yesterday. Well, Revolver Rani 1st Friday box office collections are pretty low. After successful Queen, Kangna’s this flick was being expected to do wonders at the box office, but unfortunately it could not and disappointed the viewers.

Revolver Rani 1st day box office collections in domestic market are merely 1.90 crore, which is really not appreciable at all. Movie might pick up over the weekend provided that it gets good word of mouth. Film did not pick up in later half of the day yesterday after poor opening. Had it picked up the business, the 1st day’s business would have been alluring. Revolver Rani 1st Friday box office collections disappointed the investors.

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There are hopes and expectations for a good business on the weekend. But after learning about Revolver Rani 1st day box office collections, things do not seem to be in film’s favor. If the 1st weekend comes up poor, then the weekdays would be really disappointing. You guys can now return back to read more on the movie after reading about Revolver Rani 1st Friday box office collections. Till then, enjoy other posts such as Kaanchi 1st day box office collections, Samrat & Co. 1st day collections, Legend 29th day box office collections, Revolver Rani Movie Review, Kaanchi Movie Review, Shilpi Sharma latest hot photos, Madhuri Dixit’s wardrobe malfunction pictures and Sonakshi Sinha’s deep cleavage photos.

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