Bioscopewala box office prediction: Danny Denzongpa starrer expected to earn Rs 50 lakh on opening day


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Published: May 25, 2018 7:42:45 am

Bioscopewala, starring Danny Denzongpa, is based on Kabuliwala by Rabindranath Tagore. Helmed by Deb Medhekar and bankrolled by Sunil Doshi, Bioscopewala also stars Geetanjali Thapa in the role of a grown-up Minnie from the story. Bioscopewala had its World Premiere at the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival in 2017 and has generated quite a buzz among the audiences with its trailer that released a few weeks ago. In his version, the man ran a cinema back home in Afghanistan that closed down and he came to India. In an interview to Indian Express, director Deb Medhekar divulged more about the film. He also adds, “While the trailer has managed to pique the interest of fans, Bioscopewala is not the kind of massy Bollywood film that caters to a very large audience.”

Apart from Bioscopewala, this week will also see the release of the much delayed John Abraham and Diana Penty starrer Parmanu and Hollywood’s Solo: A Star Wars Story. Personally, I am obsessed with meta film and commentary on cinema through cinema. Film and trade analyst Girish Johar predicts the opening collection of Bioscopewala to land somewhere around Rs 50 lakhs. Apart from marking Danny Denzongpa’s return to the silver screen in a fullfledged role, Bioscopewala is being highly awaited by fans for its interesting take on the Kabuliwala story. Related News
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