Rangoon First Day Collection, Review, Film Great Opening On Maha Shivratri

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24th February Friday is a Maha shivratri. It’s a holiday; Rangoon first day collection is 5 crore. Rangoon takes us back in action to the British-India during the period of the Second World War. Kangana will be seen playing the role of Julia, a film actress from the 1940’s, while Shahid Kapoor is playing a character of Nawab Malik an Indian troop leader. Saif Ali Khan, on the other hand, plays the character of a top notch filmmaker. Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj and produced under the banners of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, the period drama on Love War and Deceit is all set to hit the theaters on February 24.

Rangoon

Rangoon opened its account at the box office on Friday morning. With Kangana Ranaut, Shahid kapoorand Saif Ali Khan in the lead, the war drama has been directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. The film has a niche appeal and is expected to work largely in multiplexes. The film got less than average opening on Friday morning despite it being a holiday in many parts of India due to Maha Shivaratri. This film saw about 10-15 percent occupancy in most theaters in the first show but is expected to do better during the day. Rangoon has opened on approximately 1800 screens in India. The film has managed to create a buzz among the audience thanks to its steady media campaign and the pairing of Kangana and Shahid. While Kangana is riding a success wave, Shahid is fresh from the success of Udta Punjab.

Rangoon Movie Review

Rangoon movie is great movie on this month, the great opening on first day. Made at a budget of around Rs 40 crore, Rangoon is a most expensive film of Vishal Bhardwaj. According to trade’s expectations, the film should earn between Rs 5 to 7 crore on day one. From there on, its performance depends on the reviews and word-of-mouth publicity. While Kangana is getting kudos for her stellar performance in the film. Kangana says that, “This is a business proposition so, all you want is that the investments should be recover. With every film, there is this expectation of doing Rs 100 crore that I find vulgar. But it should be a beneficial business proposition for everyone.”

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