Raazi box office collection: Alia Bhatt starrer bags Rs 32.94 cr in opening weekend
Raazi box office collection: The flick collected Rs 7.53 crore on Friday and Rs 11 .30 crore on Saturday. On day three the movie saw a big spurt in its collection with revenue of Rs 14.11 crore at the box office. With this, the total net domestic revenue as of May 13 stands at over Rs 32.94 crore
Raazi box office collection: Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal starrer Raazi has seen a massive start, raking in huge amounts of money at the box office in its opening weekend after a soft start on Friday. The flick collected Rs 7.53 crore on Friday and Rs 11 .30 crore on Saturday. On day three the movie saw a big spurt in its collection with revenue of Rs 14.11 crore at the box office. With this, the total net domestic revenue as of May 13 stands at over Rs 32.94 crore.
Though the complete estimate of revenue from the worldwide collection is not available, according to a Bollywood Hungama report the film has earned a gross global total of Rs 42.40 crore. Analyst Taran Adarsh, who has given a four star rating to Raazi, in his Twitter post said Raazi is a meritorious story that deserves to be told. "Brilliantly narrated by Meghna Gulzar... @aliaa08, you’re a powerhouse of talent... #Raazi unlocks your true potential as an actor... Take a bow, Team #Raazi," he said.
"Raazi has a FANTASTIC opening weekend... Alia’s star power + power-packed performances + strong content + solid word of mouth helped multiply numbers... Fri 7.53 cr, Sat 11.30 cr, Sun 14.11 cr. Total: ₹ 32.94 cr India biz," Adarsh said. "It’s about the all-important Mon... #Raazi is already a HIT, but the numbers on Mon will give an idea of how it is likely to trend on weekdays... If the film holds on strong levels on weekdays and beyond, which is likely, it will emerge a SUPER-HIT," the twitter handle says.
The Meghna Gulzar-directed flick is produced by Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions. The movie's collection is the fifth highest opening for a Hindi film in 2018. "From all of us who made it with love to all of you who embraced #Raazi so wholeheartedly! Immensely grateful," Gulzar said in her twitter handle.
Given good ratings from critics and response from audiences, the film’s collections are likely to grow further in the days ahead. The thrilling espionage flick revolves around the Indo-Pak war in 1971.