Sallu Ki Shaadi 1st Day Box Office Collection

Newly released Bollywood movie ‘Sallu Ki Shaadi’ performed poorly on its first day of release in India. Releasing on limited number of screens in the country, the Hindi offering witnessed moderate occupancy in morning shows on opening day. Directed by Mohammad Israr Ansari, the comedy film showcased decent performance in cinema halls.

Produced under the banner of ‘Aman Films Production’, the latest Hindi release attracted decent number of audiences in the cinema halls. In noon shows, the film could not receive huge response from the audiences. Adjacently released Bollywood movie ‘Fukrey Returns’ gained comparatively good response from the film-watchers.

Theatre occupancy dropped in evening shows as the Hindi flick failed to impress the audiences with its storyline. Starring Kashyap, Kiran Kumar, Sandeep Annad, Shweta Wahi and Arshin in leading roles, the new Bollywood offering did not manage to collect a good income at Bollywood box office on 1st day of its release.

Released on very less of screens in foreign countries, the celluloid did not receive even average response from the movie-watchers in those nations. Facing box office competition with latest Hollywood films, the Hindi film could earn walloping monetary profit in the international market. Performance of the film remained decent in the overseas.

Written by Amit Jha and Vivek Modi, the movie struggled hard to fetch a good response from the film-goers not only in other countries but also in India. The film witnessed tremendous box office clash with parallel Hindi releases and faced a great impact on its performance in the cinema halls. The movie is expected to witness surge in the public response in weekend days.

According to the box office prediction made by the trade analysts, the film is going to experience more competition with upcoming Bollywood movies which are scheduled to release next week. ‘Sallu Ki Shaadi’ needs to lure a sufficient number of movie-goers so as to confront with the adjacent cinemas which are all set to hit screens next week.