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London Paris New York overtakes PST, WYMM? At Box Office

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Three Bollywood films like London Paris New York, Paan Singh Tomar and Will You Marry Me? have hit the screens this Friday and all of them have received a dull response at the Box Office on the opening day. LPNY has registered a good opening at collection centres when compared to other two films.

LPNY has had a good promotion and it is one among the much expected movies of 2012. It is an urban-centric film and it has done good business in city centres in the first show on the opening day. It has registered around 15% to 20% occupancy. Its business is expected to improve on Saturday and Sunday especially in multiplexes.

Second movie Paan Singh Tomar has received good reviews from the film critics, but the lack of publicity is the reason behind its poor performance in the first show. But it has improved its occupancy in later show. Now, the strong word of mouth is expected to boost its collection at the Box Office.

However, another new release Will You Marry Me? is romantic comedy that stars popular faces like Shreyas Talpade, Rajeev Khandelwal and Mugdha Godse. But the movie suffered from minimal promotional campaign. On top of it, the film has attracted average reviews from critics, which has added to its failure at the Box Office.

Topics: box office reports, london paris new york, paan singh tomar, will you marry me
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