Roy Emerges the Biggest Opener of 2015

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

roy-stillRoy 1st day box office collections – well, the film opened on a good note and then went on having good
business at the domestic box office churning out the business that marks the biggest opening of 2015. Yes, the film became the biggest opener of 2015 by collecting 10.40 crore on its opening day i.e. 1st Friday.

Since it was a normal Friday, the collections seem great. Roy is aimed at multiplexes, as it is mainly a multiplex movie and this is the reason that the major chunks of business came up from there. The film could not gain positive reviews from the critics, but the audiences went against it and emerged at the theaters.

As Ranbir Kapoor is being seen in a movie almost after a year, the masses are crazy for him. This is also a plus point for the movie. Today’s business will be fine, but tomorrow’s business will be affected due to Pakistan and India World Cup Cricket match.


Roy 1st day box office collections now show the opening weekend might be fine. Anyway, let’s wait to see what happens. Till then enjoy other posts such as Taylor Swift’s latest single Style’s video and Ayeza Khan, Pakistani actress’ photos.

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