Revolver Rani 1st Monday Collections – Big Disappointment Happens

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

revolver rani-showbizbites-001Revolver Rani 1st Monday box office collections are simply poor once again. As there was no hope at all to make any lucrative business on the start of weekdays, the same took place even the worst happened. Revolver Rani 4th day box office collections are the worst comparatively from the previous days.

Kangna Ranuat film could not generate any oomph among the viewers. She received loyal viewers because of Queen, but they vanished when they watched this mundane product. Revolver Rani 4th day box office collections are merely 90 lakhs and this is the poorest business for the movie. Revolver Rani 1st Monday box office collections now reveal that the movie will not generate anything good in coming days.

After adding Revolver Rani 4th day box office collections, the total domestic collections now stand at the sum of 6.90 crore that is simply poor and not attractive at all for the stakeholders. The people associated with the business of this film are much disappointed and will be more in future. You have now read about Revolver Rani 1st Monday box office collections, thus return to this website to read more on this movie. Till then, you are offered more content to enjoy on this website such as Samrat & Co. 1st Monday collections, Kaanchi 1st Monday collections, IIFA 2014 Winners List with Stunning Photos of the Event and Legend 32nd day box office collections.

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