Boxoffice Will Knot Disturb This Week, Wake Up Sid Likely to Open Slow

 

This week boxoffice will again see clash of Do Knot Disturb and Wake Up Sid. Do Knot Disturb is likely to take edge because of its comedy genre and SuperHit Team of David, Govinda and Vashu after 11 years (Their Last Combined Venture was Bade Miyan Chote Miyan in 1998 and has given Three outright Hits in total). Success of Life partner(Faith in Govinda factor) should also contribute to good opening of this movie. 

Pre- Release buzz of Wake Up Sid has not achieved the heights to ensure good opening. However Good Banner (UTV and Karan Johar) and fan following of Ranbir kapoor may help this movie to sustain till Diwali at select multiplexes of Metros. But Good Opening is Highly Unlikely.

Meanwhile Wanted performs very well in second week and Two weeks total should be around 52 Crore with distributions share of around 33 Crore

 

— BollyBusiness

 


~ by Yakuza on October 1, 2009.

3 Responses to “Boxoffice Will Knot Disturb This Week, Wake Up Sid Likely to Open Slow”

  1. Wake sid dont have any chances .. do knot disturb may also disturb because audience is looking for diwali releases ..

  2. Love this site ### love all your articles .. kudos … i am your regular visitor since last 1 month ## however this is my first comment ###

  3. Wake up Sid Roks! Man…
    This is for Youngsters. Movie is So Simple, Sweet, lovely, great and awesome. You can watch this movie with your whole family.
    Gr8 Job done by Konkana and Ranbir. Their acting and movie itself is so realistic.
    Karan’s One of the best movie.
    Friends don’t miss it.

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