Revolver Rani 1st Weekend Box Office Collections – Poorest Business

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

revolver rani-showbizbites-002Revolver Rani 3rd day box office collections are really poor. The film even dropped its business from Saturday’s (2nd day’s collections) though on Sunday (3rd day) it had to be more. Revolver Rani 1st weekend box office collections are simply poor and there are hardly any expectations of film’s going strong at the box office in coming days.

1st Saturday’s business showed minimal growth, but 1st Sunday’s business dropped down again. Film even opened poor and then the first day’s business too was poor. Revolver Rani 1st weekend box office collections are simply poorest and disappointing. The investors must be super disappointed. Well, let’s check out the break-down of film’s so far business.

Revolver Rani 1st day box office collections: 1.90 crore

Revolver Rani 2nd day box office collections: 2.25 crore

Revolver Rani 3rd day box office collections: 1.85 crore

Total So Far Business in Domestic Market: 6 crore

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You guys can see the poorness of the movie and this shows that there is no madness from the audiences for this flick at all. The word of mouth too is not strong at all. Revolver Rani 3rd day box office collections now reveal the movie will have to suffer in weekdays. Miracles can save the movie otherwise no apparent potential is there to sail through the waves. Let’s come back to read more on the movie after reading Revolver Rani 1st weekend box office collections. Till then, just enjoy other posts such as Samrat & Co. 1st weekend collections, Kaanchi 1st weekend collections, Shilpi Sharma hot photos, Sonakshi Sinha hot photos and Legend 31st day collections.

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