Shaandaar 1st Day Collection Opening Thursday Box Office Business and Occupancy Report: The latest movie of Shahid and Alia has been released today, i.e., 22nd October 2015. It started quite well at the BO worldwide. The promotions done by the lead star cast have done its magic. (read: Shaandaar movie review.)
Futher, it is well received by the viewers. The amount is better than what was expected. It’s garnering positive responses by the audiences. It marks the starting of the business at the box office at a good note. (check: Shandaar review.)
Shaandaar 1st Day Collection
On the opening day, it started its journey with an average occupancy rate of about 35% which is a good figure. It helped to start its collections on a good note. Shahid-Alia shared the on-screen space for the very first time and received good reviews for their chemistry in the film. (watch: Bigg Boss 9 day 12.)
They appeared as if they are the real couple which turned out to be the one of the most engaging stuffs in the entire movie. It got better occupancy than other recent releases. It performed better that Singh Is Bliing in areas likes of Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, etc. (see: kanche review.)
Shandaar wasn’t released on a regular Friday rather it got release on Dussehra festival. Thus, it becomes a factor to get more collections on its opening day. It will earn far better than Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2, Jazbaa, Talwar, Singh Is Bliing, etc. as per the expectations. (more: Raju Gari Gadhi review.)shandaar opening day box office
Shaandaar 1st Day Collection – Rs. 13.1 crore [updated]
Seeing the weekend approaching and the good word of mouth, it has got enough positive vibe to boost its business to the next level. Thus, it can earn its investment within its first week itself. (share: Happy Dussehra.)
Directed by Vikas Bahl, Shandaar is co-produced by Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Madhu Mantena, and Karan Johar. It has got under the banner of Phantom productions and Dharma Productions. Amit Trivedi has lent his services in composing its songs while Anil Mehta has done its cinematography.
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