Golmaal Again 1st Day Collection, Opens With Solid Numbers on Friday

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Golmaal Again, which released today, is the latest iteration in the Golmaal series which began with Golmaal in 2006. The film has an all-star cast with names like Ajay Devgn, Parineeti Chopra, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Khemmu, Prakash Raj and Neil Nitin Mukesh among others. It is for this reason that the film is expected to do well.

Golmaal Again 1st Day Collection, Opens With Solid Numbers on Friday

Golmaal Again could not get enough number of cinema halls as it had to share the screens with the other new release, Secret Superstar. Secondly, the distributors and theatre owners could not open its ticket booking well in advance. The fans of Golmaal films were also a bit upset with its limited release and delay in the opening of ticket booking.

The advance booking for Golmaal Again opened on Thursday afternoon and the tickets in most of the theatres were sold out within hours. Released in 3,500 screens, Golmaal Again has witnessed an earth-shattering response in cinema halls across the domestic market in the morning shows.

Many theatres ran to packed houses and the film-goers were seen appreciating the film on social media. With usual growth over the evening and night shows, it raked the opening business of 30.14 crores. With this, Golmaal 4 has emerged as the highest opener of 2017 so far in Bollywood by dominating previous biggies like Tubelight (21.15 crores) & Raees (20.42 crores).

This Reliance Entertainment’s presentation is getting fabulous response on single as well as multi screen cinemas, due to which it is positively expected to cash the festive weekend thoroughly.

Obviously it is a holiday and the real test is after the holiday but with these sort of occupancy rates the film should continue to well and outside the metros there is a good chance that multiplexes will add shows and the quicker they do the better it will be for the film as it only really benefits when the film is collecting strongly over the weekend rather than the weekdays.

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