Bell Bottom 1st Day (Thursday) Box Office Collection Report: Good Start

Bell Bottom is off to a good start at the box office in the post pandemic time.


Bell Bottom 1st Day (Thursday): Bell Bottom is the first film to hit the big screen after the theatres opened up in several states of India. We have to say that it is a brave move from the makers & Akshay Kumar to release the film at this time & show the way to the rest of the industry in the post-pandemic time.

Bell Bottom received very good reviews from the major critics. It is a complete package of entertainment that was made for big screens. This Akshay Kumar starer ended the drought at the ticket window which was there in theatres due to the lockdown. The theatres in many states are opening at 50% occupancy and there was a decent occupancy throughout the day.

Bell Bottom 1st Day (Thursday) Box Office Collection Report:

Theatres in Mumbai & Maharashtra which is the biggest market for the industry are yet to open up. There was news going around that the theatres in Mumbai & Maharashtra will open soon but there are no official announcements yet.

Throughout the day the fans expressed their gratitude to the makers for releasing the film in theatres and also appreciated the film. The film industry also appreciated the bold move by the makers to bring back the cinema to big screens and showing them the way post-pandemic.

We saw a decent occupancy in theatres throughout the day. It is a good sign for the industry that people are willing to come to theatres after the pandemic following all the safety measures. With a limited capacity of 50% in theatres & a decent occupancy on an opening day, Bell Bottom has managed to collect 3.12 crores.

The collection of the film doesn’t matter at this time because the film has already created history and will be remembered for showing the way forward. The collection of the film is expected to go up on weekends as more people are willing to come to theatres.


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