Luv Shv Pyar Vyar First Day Collection Box Office India Business Report

Luv Shv Pyar Vyar First Day Collection Box Office India Business Report :- Among big Bollywood films this Friday in Indian cinemas low budget hot romantic movie Luv Shv Pyar Vyar which features Gaurav Ajay Kaura and Dolly Chawla in lead roles also went on screens and surprisingly in many regions of the country this flick has given tough competition to the likes of Rangoon, Commando 2 and Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai as well. Critics have praised its superb story a lot earlier but yeah the only major reason that this movie might fail to earn big at box office India is that it doesn’t have any superstar actor in its cast.

Luv Shv Pyar Vyar is the story of two lovers named Rahul and Ruby who are crazy for each other but Ruby father is against their marriage and he is a powerful personality he tries his best to kill Rahul but he manages to run away with Ruby whether he will get successful in getting his love forever or their story remains incomplete to find out to you to watch this film in your nearby cinema.

Luv Shv Pyar Vyar Friday Performance Report

Today on the opening day Luv Shv Pyar Vyar evening and night screenings mostly had got good audience numbers in Delhi and Chandigarh as youngsters are going with too much of excitement. Most of the viewers includes male audience as they are very much interested in watching Dolly Chawla hot bedroom scenes in this film. Jism song of this movie has already became quite popular because of its sensual content.

Speaking about the lifetime business of Luv Shv Pyar Vyar we are expecting this movie to earn around 12 crore – 15 crore but there are high chances that it may do even better than that.

Luv Shv Pyar Vyar 1st Day Collection – Rs 3.40 crore (approx)

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