Alone 3rd {Third} Day OR First Sunday Business – Box Office Income Report

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Alone Movie 3rd Day Box office Collection:

Alone movie released on the box office on January, 16th 2015 and its completed its 1 weekend on theaters. Starring Bipasha and Karan Singh Grower is doing some average business on the box office. The box office collection performance of the movie Alone is not enough good and satisfactory for the producers of the movie. Apart from hot and romantic scenes acting of the Bipasha and Karan is average. In this movie nothing is extraordinary to watch. This is the remake of the Hollywood movie and the concept was totally copied. “Alone” minted Rs.4.50 crore on Saturday (18 January), while its two-day collections stood at Rs.9 crore at the domestic box office, according to Koimoi. The film received mixed reviews from critics and the audience alike. It opened on a dull note on the day of its release and failed to see any growth on the second day. Now, let’s checkout the Alone Movie 3rd Day Box Office Collection Report.

3rd Day OR 1st Sunday Box Office Collection Of Alone:

The total occupancy of Alone film on 3rd day is about 45% on screen & the movie seems to got momentum till end of its 1st weekend. According to sources, Alone movie expected 3rd day box office collection is about Rs. 6 Crores (approx). If it continues to fare in this manner, the Bipasha starrer is expected to end the first weekend with a collection of Rs.15 crore at the Indian box office. Directed by Bhushan Patel, “Alone” is a horror flick with Bipasha playing conjoined twins. Karan and Zakir Hussain are also part of the film, which is a remake of the 2007-Thai film “Alone.” Now, the other movie Like Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene starring Zayed Khan, Tena Desae & Rannvijay Singh has income of about Rs.30 Lakhs on 1st day. The movie Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene has low occupancy & response of audience to movie is poor. Opening or 1st weekend box office collection of movie Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene is about Rs.1 Crore (approx).

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