TRADE REPORT: Rani Mukerji's Aiyyaa disappoints at the BO
Rani Mukerji's comeback film Aiyyaa collected a meagre Rs 2.75 crore at the box office. The movie opened to a mixed critical response on Friday and hasn't shown promise at the BO yet.bollywood Updated: Oct 13, 2012 18:54 IST
Rani Mukerji's comeback film Aiyyaa collected a meagre Rs 2.75 crore at the box office. The movie opened to a mixed critical response on Friday and hasn't shown promise at the BO yet.
"As per early estimates Aiyyaa had an opening day collection of about 2.75 Crores. The movie had opened to very poor shows in the morning but somewhat picked up slowly towards the end of the day," reports Koimoi.com.
Good show in Maharashtra
"Aiyyaa did somewhat good in Maharashtra coz of the Marathi connect in the film but collections remained poor in other parts of the country," added the website.
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