As many as six films released last Friday, but none of them could excite the viewers at the box office.
"Mickey Virus", which marked the debut of actors Manish Paul and Elli Avram in Bollywood, was the most talked about movie among those that released Oct 25. But the buzz wasn't sufficient to make the audiences catch the film.
Directed by Saurabh Varma, the comedy-thriller has been made on a budget of Rs.11 crore, inclusive of publicity and advertising.
Other movies that hit the theatres Friday were Shekhar Ghosh's "Sooper Se Ooper" starring Vir Das, Gulshan Grover, Deepak Dobriyal, Kirti Kulhari and Yashpal Sharma; director Babloo Seshadri's "Wake Up India"; "Ishq Actually", which brought former TV actor Rajeev Khandelwal on the big screen once again; crime drama "Bull Bulbul Bandook"; and "Amdavad Junction" by director Apurv Bajpai.
"None of the movies performed well at the box office. The occupancy was extremely low. Average must have been only 10 percent. Weekdays were even worse. I don't think they will be played next week. The slots will most likely be given to 'Krrish 3'," Puneet Sahay of Spice Cinemas told IANS.