Sanam Re 1st Day Collection- Friday Occupancy & Performance Report

Sanam Re First Day Box Office Collection

Divya Khosla’s directorial romantic film “Sanam Re” has opened to negative reviews from critics and audiences. Several moviegoers took to Twitter to say that the film is boring, while critics have called it a dull affair. Valentine’s Day release “Sanam Re” features Pulkit Samrat, Yami Gautam, Rishi Kapoor and Urvashi Rautela in pivotal roles. The film is a love triangle between Samrat, Rautela and Gautam. Samrat and Gautam are childhood friends, but Samrat moves to Mumbai for better educational prospects and their lives turn around.

After a few years, Samrat falls in love with Rautela, but when he returns to his hometown in Himachal, he realises that he loved Gautam since childhood. However, to know whether Gautam and Samrat unite at the end you will need to watch the film. The trailer looked promising and the music and Gautam-Samrat’s alleged link-up kept the buzz high, but unfortunately, the film disappointed critics. The cinematography, music and good-looking actors are the only positive points about “Sanam Re”.

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Sanam Re starring Pulkit Samrat, Yami Gautam and Urvashi Rautela in lead roles opened to a low occupancy of around 15% for the morning shows. The film has released alongsideFitoor starring Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapur. Sanam Re managed to open decently in other circuits beyond metros. The film’s main selling point is its popular music, just like Divya Khosla Kumar’s last film,Yaariyaan.

Also the target audience being the youth, the film has a good chance to earn moolah, what with Valentine’s day just around the corner. Sanam Re will have to stack up on a positive word of mouth to fare extremely well over the weekend. The screen count being approximately 2000, it has high chances of beatingFitoor which seems to be more of a niche film. An opening of approximately 6-6.5 crores is expected if the film continues to show a rise by the evening shows.

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