Bombay Velvet 5th Fifth Day Collection – Tuesday Box Office Business Report

Bombay Velvet 5th Day Box Office Collection

After having a low start, Bombay Velvet crashed even more on Monday. The film collected less than half of its first day collections and the performance over the first four days has been extremely poor. The film collected merely 2.10 crores on its fourth day and now stands with a collection of 18.20 crores at the domestic box office. The Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma starrer is experiencing extremely low footfalls in the multiplexes. The urban niche genre of the film made it difficult to survive at the single screens. Also since the music of Bombay Velvet is quite situational for the film, it has not helped the film in terms of creating business. The film hit a rocky road on its first weekend itself and it will result in huge losses for all involved. Ranbir performance in this film again failed to entertain the audience like Roy. In spite of popular and magical chemistry of the newly casted stars, still this movie could not manage to manifest the audience by the charm of Ranbir Kapoor.


Bombay Velvet Tuesday Box Office Business

The collection report got much more worst today, as film now steps into the weekdays. The weekday collection of “Bombay Velvet” has now dropped more than 57% on its first Tuesday. Film on its fifth day, managed to collect just about Rs.1.75 crores approx at the domestic box office. Moreover, first 4 days showed not so good collections as were the huge hypes of comeback of Ranbir Kapoor. On its first day, Bombay Velvet only 5.20 crores which was relatively lower than opening business and even of Ranbir himself. Second day was followed by an ordinary business on box office with an average collection of about 5.10 crores. The occupancy didn’t improve in metro cities during the fourth day, which affected the collection drastically. Since there weren’t too many flattering comments around the film, the weekdays aren’t expected to throw any surprises either.

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