Revolver Rani 6th Day Collections – Poor Show All the Way

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

revolver rani-still-showbizbites-01Revolver Rani 6th day box office collections let us know that the movie is going on the path to start wrapping up the business since the business is simply very ordinary. Revolver Rani 1st Wednesday box office collections are much poor. The movie’s business in second week would be more disastrous though the new releases are also not exceptional or big ones.

Kangna’s latest venture is a disaster all the way. Knowing about Revolver Rani 6th day box office collections, it appears now that the film may not get any lucrative or praiseworthy lifetime business at all. With every passing day, the business is dropping and this trend will continue in coming days. Same is vivid from Revolver Rani 1st Wednesday box office collections.

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The movie is not a pleasurable venture to watch and enjoy on screen. It can be called a cinematic failure that has disappointed the viewers and ofcourse rather obviously the investors. Revolver Rani 6th day box office collections have now made the total domestic collections stand at the sum of 8.35 crore because Revolver Rani 1st Wednesday box office collections are merely 70 lakhs in domestic market. Come back to read more on the film. Till then, just enjoy other posts such as Purani Jeans box office prediction, Legend 34th day collections, Sunny Leone’s yummiest hottest photos ever and Dia Mirza engaged to longtime beau at IIFA 2014.

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