Naam Shabana Hits Theaters, Watch Online Trailer, Box Office Collection Day 1

Naam Shabana Hits Theaters, Watch Online Trailer, Box Office Collection Day 1

According to its makers, Naam Shabana is prequel of the movie "Baby" in which Taapsee Pannu had an eight-minute role sequence, and this role impressed the makers so much that they made a decision to produce a full-fledged movie with her. The first half of the film is a drag.

Superstar Akshay Kumar's latest released movie "Naam Shabana" has earned Rs. 5.12 crores at the Box Office on the opening day. However, trade analysts believe the "low occupancy will probably mean trouble down the line" for Taapsee Pannu's Naam Shabana, reports Box Office India.

Naam Shabana 2nd Day Box Office Collection: Manoj Bajpayee's latest Hindi movie Naam Shabana, in which Taapsee Pannu is playing a leading role, grossed Rs 5.05 crore income on day 1. The new movie puts the spotlight on Taapsee Pannu. The movie tells her journey from the typical girl-next-door to becoming a secret agent.

Taapsee has pinned a lot of hopes on Naam Shabana, an action drama in which she played the titular role.

Naam Shabana's word of mouth is quite mixed and therefore, one can't be very sure if the film will enjoy a great weekend or not.

Naam Shabana is hitting the marquee today, but the verdict is already out. However, Naam Shabana could have fetched positive responses if Shivam Nair would have depicted the plot line of the movie in a much better way.

Critics have unanimously appreciated Taapsee's acting prowess and even her stealth mode through her incredible stunts and action.

Manoj Bajpayee delivers what's written for him but his performance was not as impressive as his previous works. Akki's extended cameo has surely helped with film's business.


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