Ranbir’s Bombay Velvet 7th Day Collection: Failed to Satisfy Audience

By on May 22, 2015 at 1:24 am
[Total: 1    Average: 3/5]

Bombay Velvet 7th Day Collection Report

Bombay Velvet did not succeed to bring up the expectations of the audience from this movie. Total production cost of the movie being decent enough and additional cost on promotions, marketing and printing cost made the expectations much higher but on the contrary, total collections proved too much lesser that it could not even cover much profit till today. First day was slow but still decent which showed a good response and the predictions gained height; but in the later day movie loosed its business and still struggling for its costs by today as it collected only 1.30 crore on 7th day.

After 7 days of its release, total collection till today in one week are 22.27 crores. Box office verdict for movie has been given the DULL & DISAPPOINTMENT title and the movie has been now accepted as one of other addition for Ranbir Kapoor failures who after receiving accolades from the blockbuster success of YJHD, fell down in the failure of Besharam, Roy and now Bombay Velvet movie.

Bombay Velvet 1 Week Performance

This Ranbir Kapoor starrer latest movie Bombay Velvet which was earlier expected to bash up the box office resulted into a huge disappointment and faced a heavy drop in its business from the day of its release. The typical word of mouth proved to be negative or at most mixed for Ranbir this time. Starting from the opening day collections which were expected to be high, the series for the drop moved on to much more till today. Movie drastically dropped its business in the following weekdays especially and performed even dull than the one week before release Piku which surpassed it in performance.

Where the performance for this movie was expected to be high due to pure comeback of Ranbir after YJHD, Bombay Velvet could not hold the audience longer till the next days. The negative WOM and the reviews from the critics and audiences are quite dull and effectual on the audience response for the movie. If it drops more down its business in the multiplexes; then it would go further low in its total collections as far as today.


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