Revolver Rani Opens to Poor Occupancy

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

revolver rani-showbizbites-002Revolver Rani opening occupancy – well, the film as it was being expected and predicted came with a poor occupancy at the domestic box office. Three movies were released today – Revolver Rani, Kaanchi and Samrat & Co. Out of three, only Revolver Rani was being expected to do something better, but this too went astray at the box office.

The film opened with poor occupancy with merely 20 percent opening occupancy in morning shows. Revolver Rani opening occupancy has cleared many things that the movie could hardly now do better. But if the word of mouth goes into its favor, the movie could do better in later shows of the day and in coming days.

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Well, Kangna’s Revolver Rani opening occupancy is simply devastating – now hardly can you expect anything lucrative in afternoon and evening shows. Let’s wait to see what happens when the day wraps up? Till then, read other posts such as Revolver Rani Movie Review, Kaanchi Movie Review, Legend 28th day collections, Madhuri Dixit’s wardrobe malfunction and 5 crore jewelry bought for an actress (read for whom?).

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