Box office Collection

1920 London & Traffic First Day Box Office Collection

It’s a busy Friday post Fan, when you have three Bollywood movies – Traffic, One Night Stand and 1920 London releasing along with one in the south and yes the Hollywood flick called Captain American: Civil War. Well, of all the movies, the Hollywood flick has done better in many ways getting a good occupancy starting with 40 to 50 percent tolling to 90 percent in the evening shows. The film is likely to do soar in the coming two days giving a really good first weekend. As per reports, the first day box office collection for Captain America: Civil War tolled to around 8 crores and continue to beat the other releases.

First Day Box Office Collection of 1920 London

Now talking about the B Town films, starting with the horror film called 1920 London, which is the third release of the 1920 series, the film went as expected. After getting a low reviews by most of the critics, the film shattered on the first day itself. The morning occupancy was around 10 to 20 percent, which increased by 30 percent in the evening shows, the film managed to get only a meager figure on day one. So, as per the reports, the first day box office collection for 1920 London tolled to around 1 crore only, which was as expected from it.

First Day Box Office Collection of Traffic

Heading to the other, the Manoj Bajpayee starrer film One Night Stand managed to do better than the two movies. As per reports, the occupancy report this morning was 15 percent, which increased to 30 to 40 percent making a big higher moolah as compared to the others. as pre reports, the first day box office report tolled to around 1.5 crores. The last movie Traffic featuring Manoj Bajpayee in the central role had the least buzz in the media. Despite having the thrill, the film couldn’t fetch occupancy tolling a very meager figure. As per reports, the first day box office report of Traffic was only 1 crore. So, at the end of the day, it’s the Hollywood film, which is the winner.

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