Fitoor First Day Box Office Collection
Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif’s Bollywood movie “Fitoor,” which was released just ahead of Valentine’s Day for love birds, has received mixed review from the audience around the world. “Fitoor” is a romantic drama film, which is inspired by Charles Dickens’ novel “Great Expectations.” The story of the movie revolves around three characters — young Kashmiri boy Noor, his muse Firdaus, and Begum. It is a journey through love lost and realised over the course of two generations. Abhishek Kapoor has penned the screenplay for the movie in collaboration with Supratik Sen. Noor is an impressionable boy, who is lured by a wealthy woman named Begum. Noor falls in love with Begum’s daughter Firdaus. The heart broken Begum finds her mark in Noor.
As time passes, Noor leaves his hometown to build his career in Delhi. He strives to be part of the sophisticated social circle of Firdaus. How Begum plots retribution on their young and innocent love forms the rest of the story. “Fitoor” has a beautiful love story, which the audience describe as a visual poetry. Aditya Roy Kapur, Katrina Kaif and Tabu have delivered stellar performances, which are the highlights of the film. Produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur, the movie has fantastic production elements and music, and cinematography is a big attraction on the technical front, say the viewers.
Anyhow, Fitoor has opened to an average occupancy in the morning shows at the Box Office. Well, the film was anyway targeted to the niche audience majorly, and hence, the makers took a wise decision to have a limited release of approximate 1225 screens. Metro cities and multiplexes has by default done better business so far, compared to rural circuits. The movie is expected to rake in 5-6 crores business on Day 1.
Nevertheless, it has high chances to show a decent growth on Saturday and Sunday. Since Fitoor has been made on a approximate budget of 70 crores (including P & A), it has a real tough battle to fight it out in this week. A positive word-of-mouth is what the film has to gain, to help its business soar at the Box Office.
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