Rocky Handsome Drops on 5th Day – No Chances to Grow Up

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

rocky handsome stillsRocky Handsome 1st Tuesday box office collections show the movie could not gain the expected business and dropped. Well, John Abraham’s flick, which he also produces, flaunted off drop on its 5th day in Indian market. The movie so far has been going nice, though it has faced tough competitions from Kapoor & Sons and Batman vs. Superman. But on 5th day, it dropped and earned just about okay business.

The movie earned merely 1.74 crore on its first Tuesday at domestic box office taking its total business to 20 crore in Indian circuit.

rocky handsome 1st tuesday box office collections

Since tough competition is there, nonetheless there are hopes that the movie will go on with steady business. From Friday onwards, the film will have to either wrap up the business or show much lower bucks at the box office. Anyway, the stakeholders must be satisfied, as the movie has earned decent so far (though expectations were quite high). Rocky Handsome 1st Tuesday box office collections now clearly reveal the true current picture of the BO business and film’s worth among the masses.

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