It was a lazy Friday today as we could see only one film releasing in the B Town which includes Bhangra Paa Le. The film had a low rating, thanks to the flaws in making the film and the average performance, the film failed to create any buzz in the media. Also, with two bigwigs already found in the B Town, we see a solid competition from the two (Dabangg 3 and Good Newwz), the film had little to offer at the box office.
The occupancy reports started with 10 to 15 percent, which witnessed a minimal surge in the coming shows reaching to 20 to 25 per cent. However, the collection seemed all-time low, all thanks to the low buzz the film has created in the media. The debutante Sneha Taurani could not impress the audience, although the makers were strong as the film was made under the big banner owners by Ronnie Screwvala who has given many hit films in the Tinsel Town.
So, with all such buzz, the first day box office collection for Bhangra Paa tolled to around 1.2 Crores at the box office, which is likely to boost up provided the film could help in creating some amount of buzz in the media. However, the experts feel that the film may not be able to create any difference considering the ongoing protests all over the country against the recently released bill on CAA and NRC. The film has failed to attract the audience in a big way and there is no chance to see as well.
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