Samrat & Co. 1st Monday Collections – Big Disaster of 2014

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

samrat-movie-showbizbites-01Samrat & Co. 1st Monday box office collections reveal the movie is the biggest disaster of the year 2014. The total collections so far show the film is a big FLOP. Well, Samrat & Co. 4th day box office collections are much poor and they have further disappointed the distributors and all the stakeholders of the movie.

The thriller could not allure the moviegoers at all and went astray. Samrat & Co. 1st Monday box office collections are just 15 lakhs in domestic market. The business did not entice the people associated with the movie. The disappointment level of those people further shot to heights after seeing Samrat & Co. 4th day box office collections.


The movie’s total domestic collections have turned out to be 1.15 crore after adding Samrat & Co. 1st Monday box office collections. Completing this week now seems pretty much harder for the film. If it does, it would be a miracle. After now being aware of Samrat & Co. 4th day box office collections, you may now return to this platform to get more details on this film’s business. Meanwhile, you are offered to read more stories on the website such as Kaanchi 1st Monday collections, Revolver Rani 1st Monday collections, Legend 32nd day collections and IIFA 2014 Winners List with Event’s Eye-Candy Pictures.

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