Hindi Film Fitoor 1st Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report

Hindi Film Fitoor 1st Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report :- The much awaited Bollywood romantic drama film Fitoor which was being directed by Abhishek Kapoo and features the awesome pair of Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor in lead roles has made a decent opening at box office today despite of getting mixed reviews from the critics earlier. Most of the sequences of this movie are being filmed in Kashmir and it also stars iconic Indian actress Tabu in a very important role.


Fitoor was not surrounded by any controversy that would have put it at the front and centre of national attention, but this factor does not always work and can have negative repercussions too – for instance, Sunny Leone’s Mastizaade was not helped by the publicity immediately ahead of the release of the film and Shahrukh Khan’s Dilwale was greeted by many protests, which limited its intake at the B.O. The fact that Fitoor has a restricted run in under 1,500 screens is also a big limiting factor.

Things may clear up for Fitoor during the weekend when, and if, it manages to power-up the word-of-mouth booster shot for itself and bring people to theatres. The fate of the film will depend on how things pan out over the next 48 hours.

Fitoor budget was around Rs 70 crore and recovering that will be the first priority, but as things stand, the film is having to battle a host of negatives at the outset itself.

On Friday Fitoor 1st day overall occupancy has been recorded around 30% which is not satisfactory but later in the evening and night screenings its business has picked up to a great extent. Most of the viewers who are going to watch Fitoor in theatres comprises of die hard Katrina Kaif fans.

Fitoor First Day Collection – Rs 3.61 crore

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