Roy BO Collection Updates – Big Disaster

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

roy film photo-01Roy 6th day box office collections – well, the film has now lost all the charms, as the current collections reveal crystal clearly. The film opened well and then the following day the business got a bit jump followed by the decent first weekend collections. But from Sunday onwards, the business kept dropping significantly. The fact is obvious the film has nothing to impress the viewers and even the front benchers too cannot extract any kind of pleasures out of it. Then how can you expect good business?

Roy 1st Wednesday box office collections are 2.92 crore in domestic market, which are lowest and do not add any values to the movie’s overall business. There is no story, script or any kind of direction, etc in place to enthrall the audiences except the music. So, how can you expect good business from just good music? Well, a piece of advice to the makers – focus on content because this is what the viewers want to see on screen.

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Roy 6th day box office collections now simply disappoint and you cannot now expect anything more from this movie, which is a disaster. The total box office collections so far in 6 days now stand at the sum of 39.01 crore. Also read other posts on the website such as crazy fan paints Aditi Rao Hydari on canvas and Chak De India! Actress goes bold and gets intimate with co-actor in open (photos).

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