The Amitabh Bachchan starrer started on a very dull note on Friday (February 06, 2015). The film, which got mixed reviews, opened to a very low occupancy rate in the morning and afternoon shows but had better showing in the evening and late night shows.
As expected, the film was somewhat better in metros but has had a really poor opening across the country.
Shamitabh collected Rs 03.50 crore nett on Friday (February 06, 2015), on Saturday (February 07, 2015) it shows some marginal improvement and collected Rs 04.75 crore nett and on Sunday (February 08, 2015) the film collected about Rs 05.80 core nett; thus making it a total of Rs 14.05 crore nett at the Domestic Box Office.
Whenever Amitabh Bachchan has experienced with his voice things have gone haywire and that’s exactly what’s going to happen with Shamitabh.
The film has everything, a great concept, superlative performances, R. Balki’s midas touch but there is something that is missing and that’s what Shamitabh is all about.
Shamitabh, which tells the story of two individuals with the desire of becoming actors, has received rave reviews from critics and audience.
Looking at the response that the film has garnered, Mr. Bachchan, took on to Twitter and stated, “It gives credence to the film.”
With Ranbir Kapoor’s Roy releasing next week, one is not expecting a big leap in the collections of Shamitabh.
Shamitabh stars Amitabh Bachchan, Dhanush and Akshara Haasan looks a niche film and will struggle at the Box Office.
The other two releases on February 06, 2015 were, Hum Tum Dushman Dushman and Jai Jawaan Jai Kisaan, just came and went with not even critics caring to carry a review.
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