Interestingly, the makers of the gripping drama fought against all odds - be it the pre-release Censor Board battle and post release - irrespective of the strike in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh and heavy rains and festivities in Maharashtra, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz
is well on its way to making a considerable profit at the box office.
Things are looking bright for the Indian mobster film as it has earned Rs 2.05 crores on day one (excluding Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh). Early reports also suggest that the crime drama will continue to go strong over the holiday weekend.
With interesting narrative and twists and turns, real backdrop, fascinating background score, stupendous performances and hard-hitting dialogues, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz
makes for the first choice for the cinegoers among the other releases this week.
Nawazuddin's ardent fan base has certainly translated to the box office prospects of the crime drama, with the critics raving about yet another powerhouse performance from the versatile actor.
If that wasn't all, early reports also suggest that Babumoshai Bandookbaaz
will continue to go strong over the holiday weekend considering the positive word of mouth.
Distributor Anil Thadani says, "Irrespective of the high competition with various films releasing on the same day, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz has clearly stood out of the clutter with its average occupancy higher than other films that released on the same day. The word of mouth is good and we are positive it will only grow here onwards."