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A Gentleman and Babumoshai Bandookbaaz 1st week box office collection

A Gentleman and Babumoshai Bandookbaaz 1st week box office collection

The film released last Friday has sorry saga to narrate. Talking about the Sid & Jaq starring movie called A Gentleman. After a meager start last Friday, the film continued to do similar business with collection in the first weekend tolling to mere 13.13. In fact, it was expected to see such remarkable turnaround in terms of Mullah to get a manifold jump on Saturday and Sunday, but it went on to get a small amount only. The fact of the matter is that the film garnered a bad collection in the week days as well tolling a really bad figure at the end of the first week.

The action comedy drama movie had a bad week, this week. As per reports, the 1st week box office collection for A Gentleman tolled to around 18.50 crores, which is certainly not an appealing collection for sure. However, comparing with other releases, A Gentleman is surely a cool winner. Though others too failed to make any difference over the box office. On the other side, we get to see Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer movie Babumoshai Bandookbaaz too is struggling hard at the box office. We get to see a meager figure after the week one. In fact, the experts are putting the blame on the menace of piracy which made the film popular outside the theatres.

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As per reports, Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Babumoshai Bandookbaaz 1st week collection tolled to around 7.53 crores, which is really a low figure. In fact, the popular trade analyst, Taran Adarsh came on the microblogging site Twitter to share the latest figures of the film at the box office. He said that the film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz though witnessed growth over the weekend but failed to impress the audience at large. Similarly, Qaidi Band went on the similar path to end up becoming the biggest losing propositions from Yash Raj Film. As per reports, the film has managed to get a low collection with the 1st week box office collection tolling to 2.25 crore.

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