The viewers have given huge response to the recently released film of Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs Of Wasseypur. The film doing huge business in states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand and manages to attract audiences from big cities as well.
After watching the film, Prashant Kumar Singh, owner of Puja Talkies in Dhanbad, Jharkhand, said, “Gangs of Wasseypur has opened very well with 80 to 85 percent occupancy. Some of the shows were even houseful. The film is going great and even the advance booking is going on full swing.”
Further, Bihar-based Brijesh Tandon of HK Tandon and Company said, “Gangs Of Wasseypur has opened very well in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. It is around 80 percent occupancy.”
The story of the film is written by Zeishan Quadri, who also belongs from Wasseypur, generally known for the bloody rivalry between gangster Faheem Khan and businessman Sabir Alam over scrap business.
The Anurag Kashyap’s directed film has too much of gore and blood in the film and reports have said this much of violence was never show before in Bollywood.
Delhi-base distributor Sanjay Ghai said, “Gangs Of Wasseypur has opened with 70 to 80 percent opening in both single screens and multiplex in Delhi and is going great.”
Distributor Rajesh Thadani of Multimedia Combine from Mumbai said, “Gangs of Wasseypur opened with 20 to 25 percent in Mumbai. But it has started improving from the evening shows and would pick up in the night and at the weekend.”
“In Varanasi, the opening was around 70 to 80 percent but the afternoon shows went houseful in Lucknow, Gorakhpur among others. Even the multiplex shows of Gangs… are houseful,” said Manoj Gupta of Viacom 18.
The leads in the film were made by actor Manoj Bajpayee, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Richa Chadha, Huma Quershi, Reema Sen and Piyush Mishra, and they all made their role special with their markable performance and acting skills.
Moni Venkatesh of Shri Venkatesh Films said, “Gangs Of Wasseypur has opened with 45 to 50 percent occupancy in Kolkata and is getting better with the evening shows.”