Shahid Kapoor’s romantic comedy Phata Poster Nikla Hero has been released today at box office in which Salman khan had made a cameo appearance for two minutes. Obviously the business of the film was excepted to be affected by the presence of Dabangg Khan. But early shows on its opening day have disappointed the producers.
The opening shows have registered an occupancy of 60-70 % suggesting a total collection of an average collection of Rs. 6-7 Cr on its first day. The duo of Shahid Kapoor & Ileana D’cruz failed to attract audience with their acting. The movie is not getting positive reviews from the critics as well.
Box Office Collection: Good Competition from The Lunch Box
Talking about the competition with other movie released on the same day. The competition was null as it was the only movie release on this friday. Starring Irrfan Khan,& Nawazuddin Siddiqui, The Lunch Box is getting good reviews from critics & is likely to give a healthy competition to Phata Poster Nikla hero. We were expecting a great comeback of Shahid Kapoor after a long interval but it seems though for him.
Directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, Phata Poster Nikla Hero released today on 20 september 2013 which is an action comedy featuring Shahid Kapoor & Ileana D’cruz. Shahid is making a come back in bollywood after a long interval.
Disappointing Review: According to a review posted at Firstpost.com “If Phata Poster is meant to be a comedy, it isn’t funny. If it is an action film, then it’s so last decade. What it definitely is, is a disappointment.”
Needless to say, reviews are not good about the film and obviously this is going to affect the business of the film. Although currently we’re not having an exact data of the collection made by the film at box office but early shows and inside reports of the film suggest that PTNH can make a maximum of 7 Crore on its opening day.
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What’s your take over this film? Do you think 6-7 Cr. is a good amount as a friday collection for a film? How about a short review of this film? Share with us.
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