Box office Report: Alone, Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene and I to compete this FridayNew Delhi: While last week it was just a solo release at box office, this Friday is going to have at least four flicks crossing swords. Alone, Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene, Crazy Cukkad Family and
New Delhi: While last week it was just a solo release at box office, this Friday is going to have at least four flicks crossing swords. Alone, Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene, Crazy Cukkad Family and Tamil movie ‘I' will battle it out this week.
Audience will have multiple choices since all these flicks are of different genres but going by publicity and big names, Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover's Alone seems to steal the limelight. The movie's songs, trailer, promos and above all the lead couple's sizzling chemistry have already added to the horror lovers' curiosity, and if it manages to get critics' thumps up, the movie is going to be a sure shot entertainer.
And in case, the critics aren't pleased, the movie should still fetch a good number of viewers considering its genre which has always found its audience.
Zayed Khan, Rannvijay Singh and Tena Desae starrer ‘Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene's release is already much delayed while it hardly had enjoyed any publicity.
Situation isn't much different for its other companion ‘Crazy Cukkad Family' starring Swanand Kirkire, Shilpa Shukla among others. Prakash Jha, who has produced this movie, is the only big name attached and alike Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene, the movie has lacked any impact ful advertisement strategy.
Moving on, there is also an entry from South. ‘I' starring Vikram has also found few screens, however, as expected its lesser in comparison to any above mentioned flick. ‘I' has generated quite a buzz with its exciting action-packed trailer however, the fan following here in North is nothing in comparison to what Vikram enjoys in South India and this might not just work in its favour.
Last week's release Tevar has collected Rs 32 cr by six days of its release while its week's collection is expected to be around 35 cr nett in India.