The Shaukeens 1st Weekend Collections, Decent Business

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

the shaukeens-pic-showbizbitesThe Shaukeens 1st weekend collections – the film made decent total over the weekend. The movie opened low contrary to the expectations. But then the following two days, it generated decent revenue making a sound decent business in its opening weekend in Indian circuit. This flick got mixed reviews, but what worked in its favor is the positive word of mouth that played good after the opening.

Who saw this film conveyed to the others in positive words, which ultimately went into movie’s favor and this is what is still working in this film’s favor. Besides, the film has been made on a controlled budget, this is another plus point for the movie. Apart from this, The Shuakeens does not have any competition at the box office. These two things work well for the film.


Well, The Shaukeens 1st weekend collections are now around 18 crore in domestic market, which is somewhat nice total to cheer up the investors. Also check out Lisa Haydon’s bikini moments in The Shuakeens (pictures) and Nandana Sen shows hot curvaceous body in Rang Rasiya (pictures).

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