Samrat & Co. 1st Day Box Office Collections – Biggest Flop

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

smarat & co.-still-showbizbitesSamrat & Co. 1st day box office collections show that the movie turned out to be the most disappointing as far as the business is concerned out of the three releases yesterday. Even all three did poor business on 1st day, but Samrat & Co.’s business is the poorest of all. Samrat & Co. 1st Friday box office collections are simply lackluster and they show the movie is a big flop.

The thriller could not entice the viewers at all nor will it do in coming days. It’s a big failure and will soon wrap up to go back home. Samrat & Co. 1st day box office collections in India are merely 25 lakhs. Film opened to around 5 percent occupancy and then did not pick up at all in later shows of the day. After learning Samrat & Co. 1st Friday box office collections, it is now vividly clear that the flick is a FLOP.

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There are no chances at all to grow even on the weekend. Viewers are not going to spend money on this film at all. Samrat & Co. 1st day box office collections reveal the movie even will not be able to recover the cost. And this is undoubtedly the biggest disappointment for the investors. After now learning about Samrat & Co. 1st Friday box office collections, come back to read more on this movie. Till then, there are other cool stuff on the website to enjoy such as Revolver Rani 1st day box office collections, Kaanchi 1st day box office collections, Legend 29th day box office collections, Revolver Rani Movie Review, Kaanchi Movie Review, Charmi Kaur hottest pictures, Shilip Sharma latest photos and Madhuri Dixit’s cleavage show (photos).

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