Newly released Bollywood movie ‘Nirdosh’ witnessed moderate occupancy on first day of its release. Directed by Subroto Paul, the Hindi film received mixed reviews from the critics. Written by Amit Khan, the film’s story could not impress a major chunk of audience in India.
Produced by renowned filmmaker Pradeep Rangwani, the latest Bollywood film opened to decent occupancy in the cinema halls on opening day. Releasing on average number of screens in various mega cities located in Maharashtra, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and other north Indian states, the Hindi movie received average response from the film-watchers.
Featuring Arbaaz Khan and Ashmit Patel in prominent roles, the new Hindi film faced tremendous box office competition with Ali Abbas Jafar’s action movie ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’. The sequel of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ still has a strong hold in most of cinema halls across the country and its performance at box office still is impacting the businesses of all other newly released Hindi films.
Manjari Phadnis and Maheck Chahai starrer new Bollywood movie also witnessed huge box office with adjacently released Hindi films ‘Vodka Diaries’ and ‘My Birthday Song’. These latest Bollywood movies have divulged a big number of audiences in the theatres. Box office competition culminated with the release of more than one film on similar day.
Based on the investigation of a murder case, latest Hindi movie ‘Nirdosh’ did not manage to attract a huge number of cinema-watchers in theatres. The Hindi celluloid witnessed 10% occupancy in the morning, noon and evening shows. Trade analysts are expecting the multi-starrer mystery drama to earn Rs 0.2 crore box office collection on first day.