Latest Bollywood movie ‘Naam Shabana’, which released on 31st March, showcased good performance in the morning shows. Witnessing about 20 to 35% occupancy in the cinema halls, the celluloid received a good response from audiences. Starring Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher and Taapsee Pannu in lead roles, the Hindi cinema is expected to earn Rs 5 crore as its first day box office collection.
As the Hindi offering has been dubbed in Tamil and Telugu languages, it has also observed a copious number of footfalls in the theatres in south Indian regions. Gaining a splendid appreciations from the movie-watchers in Telugu speaking states – Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the film experienced a big applause in south Indian arena. The movie also got a good response in Tamil Nadu.
Apart from this admirable performance in several Indian states, the celluloid reported a little response in the foreign countries. Exact box figures are not out as the movie is about to complete all shows of its opening day. With a normal hike in the occupancy in noon shows, the Bollywood flick is expected to see more increment in the same in evening shows. The movie is expected to gross Rs 6 crore total worldwide box office collection on day 1.
Having legendary actor Akshay Kumar in a special appearance, the film might succeed in divulging a huge number of spectators towards to theatre screens. Filmmakers are expecting Akshay’s cameo role in this movie to turn millions of eyeballs to cinema’s screening in numerous multiplexes across the nation as his previous movie Jolly LLB 2 received acme repercussions from the public domain.
Based on the feminism and woman empowerment, the Hindi offering seems to have influenced a major chunk of audiences in the cinema halls. Hitting across more than nine hundred screens in the country, the celluloid acquired a helm attention from the masses who were eagerly awaiting for its release. The movie is expected to surpass the box office income grossed by Taapsee’s previous multilingual film The Ghazi Attack.