Wazir Hindi Film Collects Rs 5 crore on Day 1 Of Box-office

The latest Bollywood release of 2016 “Wazir” has performed low at the box-office on the very first day of its release. Though it is backed by great performances by Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar but still something is missing from the film. Read on to find Wazir’s total 1st Day/Day 1 box-office collection numbers.

Wazir Hindi Film Collects Rs 5 crore on Day 1 Of Box-office

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The eyes of the viewers were seen wondering in the theatres for the plot. This is the major reason why first major release of 2016 was seen struggling for the audience. The film got poor opening with collections less than early estimates.

Wazir film minted approx Rs 5.57 crore at the box-office from Indian screens as revealed by Trade Analyst ‘Taran Adarsh”. The numbers are good but not that great. The earning/business reports are disheartening for the first major release of 2016.

The critics have given average reviews to the flick while appreciating Amitabh Bachchan’s performance but looks like audience is not actually appreciating the concept. Now we can’t blame or force viewers to watch the flick.

From its morning shows and occupancy report the audience seems not interested for the latest flick. The initial reports suggest a bad opening day for Wazir. If the situation gets better at later stage is a thing to wait and watch.

Wazir strongly needs to pick up at the weekend shows to collect an amazing number at the box-office.

An animated film “Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure” has also released this week in theatres and to our much surprise it is actually giving competition to Wazir on its vary 1st day of release.

As its a family entertainer so we are expecting Chhota Bheem Himalayan Adventure film to grab more attention at the weekend. Many multiplexes are seeing same occupancy for both the releases in the morning shows.

The earlier Christmas releases are loosing viewers attention and audience is also missing from new releases. I wonder where they are going? Now Bollywood seriously needs to deliver an amazing flick to keep the viewers interest intact.