Total Siyapaa 1st Day Box Office Collections – Very Poor Business

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

total siyapaa-stills-01-showbizbitesTotal Siyapaa 1st day box office collections are really poor, as it was being expected. The film’s business in India is really poor, but at overseas circuit, the film made really good especially in Pakistan from where Ali Zafar belongs to. Total Siyapaa 1st Friday box office collections are merely 1.05 crore in India.

The film lacks behind from other two releases – Gulaab Gang and Queen though these two also made poor business at the box office. Well, Total Siyapaa 1st day box office collections really disappointed and in particular disappointed more to the distributors.  Total Siyapaa 1st Friday box office collections are mundane and now the 1st weekend seems to be collecting not attractive business at all even Saturday and Sunday bring in good business.

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Total Siyapaa 1st Friday box office collections make the picture very clear that the business would not be good enough in coming days, though Saturday and Sunday might bring some lucrative growth. After now reading Total Siyapaa 1st day box office collections, you may now return to the website to read more about film’s future. Meanwhile, enjoy reading articles like Gulaab Gang 1st day box office collections, Queen 1st day box office collections, Gulaab Gang Movie Review, Total Siyapaa Movie Review, Queen Movie Review and Andrea D’ Souza shows deep cleavage (hot photos).

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