By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
The Xpose 4th day box office collections – well, the movie reveals the drop in business. This often happens when a film lands into weekdays, the same took place with Reshammiya’s The Xpose. The Xpose 1st Monday box office collections are not exceptional or decent, but nonetheless seem fine.
The business of 4th day adds something to overall total and that is what the distributors are looking for certainly. The Xpose 4th day box office collections are 2.32 crore – there is almost 50 percent drop from previous day’s business. Well, the movie will nevertheless go on generating business for the investors. The lifetime business (till now) seems to be fine. Let’s wait to see what happens when the movie winds up. The Xpose 1st Monday box office collections show the film may go in coming days.
The movie, after opening dull, from the evening shows of the first day onwards, has been showing good business and this is surely soothing for the stakeholders. The Xpose 1st Monday box office collections now show the movie still has potential to go ahead. The total domestic collections have now reached to the sum of 12.84 crore after adding the business of The Xpose 4th day box office collections. Come back to read more on the film. Till then, there are other posts to enjoy with like Aishwarya Rai Abhishek Bachchan’s divorce (in depth details), Zarine Khan shows body, cleavage and assets in see-through dress and milky beauty Sophie Chaudhary without clothes (pictures).
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