Revolver Rani 1st Week Box Office Collections – Merely 9 Crore in Total

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

revolverrani-showbizbites-01Revolver Rani 7th day box office collections are merely very poor, as always. Kangna’s flick has not been producing any satisfactory results rather the business so far has been poor, poorer and poorest all the way. Now Revolver Rani 1st week box office collections are poor, they show the whole week has been poor with such mundane business that one cannot even like to talk about.

Revolver Rani 7th day box office collections are merely 65 lakhs. They did not add any lucrative business to movie’s overall worth. The film is a lackluster and a bombastically poor experience for the stakeholders. Revolver Rani 1st week box office collections in domestic market are simply 9 crore only, which are a big letdown.


The film will go more low in second week, though there is not tough competition at all, as this week’s releases are more disasters. Revolver Rani 7th day box office collections now show the film is going to go back home now. After now reading about Revolver Rani 1st week box office collections, you guys can now return back to the website to learn more on the film. Till then, just chill with other posts such as Sunny Leone’s utmost skin-show (pictures), Purani Jeans Movie Review, Purani Jeans opening occupancy and Legend 35th day collections.

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