Last updated on May 23rd, 2017 at 08:34 am
The first look poster is released on 11th May 2016. In this first look poster the director showed horror on Emraan Hashmi’s face. And the movie unit has decided that, the caption should be reboot. The director given a tag line that, ‘Secrets are the enemy of love’. From this line we can guess that, this movie is romantic horror movie. The audience will expect more romantic movie from Emraan Hashmi.
The audio of this movie is released on same date. There are seven songs are involved in this movie. All the songs were composed by Jeet Gannaguli and Sidharth Haldipur.
The movie unit is decided to release this movie on 16th September 2016. Rush in to theaters. Don’t encourage piracy. Have good movie time with this movie. Give us movie rating on this website. Movie tickets are available in all movie websites. Some of them are given below.
Raaz reboot Box Office Collection- Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, First Weekend :
Raaz reboot reviews are not positive but the movie still managed to earn 20.70 crores in it’s first 5 days giving a tough competition to Amitabh Bachan and Tapsee Pannu’s ‘Pink’. Pink has emerged as the winner in critic reviews and Raaz reboot failed in delivering a good movie. Though the movie is not par with audience’s hopes, the movie in banking on Emraan Hashmi and Kriti Karbandha’s skin show. Loyal fans of Raaz franchise may slightly enjoy the movie but the main banking factor came from it’s actors and music. Raaz opened to medium collections of 6.30 crores on it’s opening day(Friday) and fell absurd in attracting audience after the weekend and grossed around 2.30 crores.
Raaz reboot is clearly having a bad box office streak and this means, it’s time to soon close the franchise and it will severely be a bad choice on Emraan Hashmi and his career. Here are the Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5 Box office collections of Raaz reboot with first weekend collection and total 5 days collection.
|Day 1, Friday||6.30 Cr|
|Day 2, Saturday||5.49 Cr|
|Day 3, Sunday||6.30 Cr|
|Day 4, Monday||2.61 Cr|
|Day 5, Tuesday||1.89 Cr|