Abhishek Kapoor’s directorial Fitoor has opened to an average occupancy in the morning shows at the Box Office. Well, the film was anyway targeted to the niche audience majorly, and hence, the makers took a wise decision to have a limited release of approximate 1225 screens.

Metro cities and multiplexes has by default done better business so far, compared to rural circuits.

Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif in a still from 'Fitoor'
Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif in a still from ‘Fitoor’

The movie is expected to rake in 5-6 crores business on Day 1. Nevertheless, it has high chances to show a decent growth on Saturday and Sunday.

Since Fitoor has been made on a approximate budget of 70 crores (including P & A), it has a real tough battle to fight it out in this week. A positive word-of-mouth is what the film has to gain, to help its business soar at the Box Office.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. 70 crores for a niche film??? Either you don’t know what you talk about or the producers don’t!!!
    It’s a flop, anyway.

    • I already saw it and read the novel as well upon which the movie is based, but literally there is nothing that is called good except Tabuu. If the budget is around 70crors then it will definately be a flop one.

  2. Comment:with 1225 screen..fitoor is already disaster for producer..maximum box office collectoin would be 25 cr..if cinegoer loved it…

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