Shaadi Ke Side Effects Witnesses Just Average Occupancy

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

shaadi ke side effects-01-showbizbites-02Shaadi Ke Side Effects witnessed average occupancy on opening. The best occupancy for the film was seen in the cities like Delhi and north markets. Shaadi Ke Side Effects opening occupancy was recorded around 35 percent. The film did well at multiplexes.

Well, the latter half of the day will bring in some nice figures, as it is being expected. The film has potential to pick up the business in rest if the day’s shows. Critics praised the film and it is expected to receive good word of mouth, thus, the coming shows of the day will benefit the film for sure and the end day’s business will be awesome. Although Shaadi Ke Side Effects opening occupancy witnessed around 35%, but the windup business of the day will be handsome.

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The film is a fresh breeze and has urban feel, therefore, the business in multiplexes and urban cities is expected to be handsome. Come back to read detailed Shaadi Ke Side Effects opening occupancy with opening day’s business at this website. Till then, enjoy reading Shaadi Ke Side Effects Movie Review, Shaadi Ke Side Effects box office prediction, Sunny Leone’s shower scenes in Rgini MMS 2 (hottest pictures), Jay Soni marriage pictures, Bhumika Chawla delivers baby boy and Simbu Hansika split confirmed.

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