Jazbaa 1st Day Box Office Performance
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has received a grand welcome at the box office, as her comeback film “Jazbaa” has opened to good occupancy. “Jazbaa”, which is a remake of South Korean film “Seven Days”, is directed by Sanjay Gupta and features Aishwarya Rai, Irrfan Khan, Shabana Azmi, Jackie Shroff, Siddhanth Kapoor and Priya Banerjee in important roles. The film, which generated the right buzz before its release, has opened to approximately 20 to 25% occupancy. And since the reviews are strong and in the favour of the film, the occupancy will further increase in the evening shows. Aishwarya Rai’s “Jazbaa” is set for one of the widest releases this year. The film is releasing in more than 40 countries, including the traditional overseas market. Trade analysts are also positive about the good opening of “Jazbaa” at the box office and they believe that it has potential to become a good hit.. Meanwhile, Aishwarya believes that a film cannot flop at the box office if the release is planned properly. ‘Jazbaa’ is this Friday’s only big release and along with it are last week’s Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Singh Is Bliing’ and Irrfan Khan’s ‘Talvar’.
Jazbaa First Day Box Office
Irrfan has back to back releases since he has a prominent role in this film as well. Both the films ‘SIB’ and ‘Talvar’ have had their own share of run at the box office owing to the public holiday, and thus Jazbaa has a window of opening to fresh audience who will choose to watch the latest release. Aishwarya’s last film ‘Guzaarish’ that released five years ago opened to a first day business of 3.82 crore net approx (38 million) while ‘Dhoom 2’ opened to 5.85 crore net approx. There are a lot of factors governing how Ash’s comeback film performs, including its evening occupancy. The film caters to adult audience and thus the evening occupancy is expected to be higher since public of that age group tend to be attracted to evening shows more. After a slow start, we’re waiting to see ‘Jazbaa’s’ first day collection at the box office.
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