Samrat & Co. 1st Weekend Box Office Collections – Super Disappointing

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbizbites

samrat&co-showbizbites-01Samrat & Co. 1st weekend box office collections – well, the movie shows it is the biggest flop. And yes, it is! Even you pour yourself on Samrat & Co. 3rd day box office collections, you will find that the film reveals the poorness vividly. So far, there is no good business at all in three days. Since the opening day, the business has been much poor. The worst thing is that, this movie is the worst in business than the other two releases – Revolver Rani and Kaanchi, which too produced poor business over the weekend.

Samrat & Co. 1st weekend box office collections’ break-down:

Samrat & Co. 1st day box office collections: 25 lakhs

Samrat & Co. 2nd day box office collections: 30 lakhs

Samrat & Co. 3rd day box office collections: 45 lakhs

Total domestic business in three days: 1 crore


There is no hope at all to grow in weekdays and most probably, the film will end its business by the end of this week. Let’s wait and see. Samrat & Co. 1st weekend box office collections are merely 1 crore and this is simply a big letdown for the movie. Word of mouth is simply very low for the movie. After reading about Samrat & Co. 3rd day box office collections and total updates, you may now return to the website to read more on the movie and its business. Till then, just chill with other posts such as Revolver Rani 1st weekend collections, Kaanchi 1st weekend collections, Legend 31st day collections and Sridevi flaunts deep cleavage (photos).

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