By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
Zila Ghaziabad 19th day box office collections again show vividly that the film’s business is now on the verge of close. The movie grossed only 17 lakhs at the domestic box office. The movie opened to bad reviews and then the collections so far have been not good at all. The film will now very soon will go back home. The results of the box office collections are simply bad. The movie will hardly do anything more in terms of popularity and business.
Sanjay Dutt and Vivek Oberoi, both the actors, will now have to face the music. The two’s career is on the verge of decline and if we say their career graph has down – it would be apt in all manners. Both are now struggling to raise up. Well, Sanjay Dutt has already played his innings well at the box office enacting the main leads and powerful roles. And if his career goes down, it will not affect him at all. He should now better do other roles than the leading hero, as he is an aged man now.
But for Vivek Oberoi, he is young and he still can go ahead provided that he enacts the gripping characters. He should focus on his strapping career moves rather than getting his career shaken in other roles which are not strategically good.
Zila Ghaziabad 19th day box office collections are simply poor and the same we would witness in the upcoming business of the film. Come back to read Zila Ghaziabad 20th day box office collections. Read Viswaroopam 47th day box office collections report and Himmatwala Music Review.
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