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Lucky Kabootar First Day Collection- Opening Day Box Office Collection

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1st Day Public Response of Lucky Kabootar

Latest Bollywood flick Lucky Kabootar has been released on 18th April 2014 and a romantic comedy of Bollywood. Lucky Kabootar movie is directed by Shammi Chhabra and produced by Karan Raj Panwar. Movie starring Ravi Kissen, Eijaz Khan, Kulraj Randhawa and Shraddha Das are in the Film. Lucky Kabootar movie songs are funny and have been composed by Santokh Singh and written by Shyam Goel. Lucky Kabootar movie is a small budget film as earlier movies like What the Fish and Jackpot. Being a small budget and less promoted film, it was already known that not much audience is going to watch the movie. Same effect has been seen in the theaters on its opening day, i.e. today as the overall occupancy of the film was very low today. Most of the audience went for the much promoted and star powered film 2 States which have opened up tremendously on box office. So it is obvious that Lucky Kabootar has not reached up to the expected collection due to such a high competition. Also presence of one lower budget comedy film Dekh Tamasha Dekh has affected the mind of audience because of more options.

Opening Day Box Office Collection of Lucky Kabootar

Let us now take you to the first day performance of the film. Story of Lucky Kabootar movie is a good with funny punch and humor and we hope audiences have come to watch the movie but they do not like it so much. This romantic comedy Lucky Kabootar 2014 has released on around 1000 of the total screen of domestic box office. Lucky Kabootar is not earning good collection at the box office because of no promotions which is the key way to collect good collection in the present time. Hence the total box office collections made by the film today was only 0.05 Crore which is a low amount but considering the cost of movie it is general figure. Many among the audience don’t even know about the film that it has been released on box office finally. This fact is serving as great hampering stone in the way of Lucky Kabootar to make any decent business on big screen. Tough competition and low promotions have resulted in bringing disappointing box office collection for the film makers of Lucky Kabootar.

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