Raazi box office collection: Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal starrer races to Rs 39.24 cr, eyes this big sum
Raazi box office collection: The flick, which was released on May 11, has earned Rs 39.24 crore till the date and is now eyeing the Rs 50 cr mark. The political thriller is all about the India and Pakistani relationship
Raazi box office collection: Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal starrer Raazi is still buzzing at the box office on its day-four, raking in huge moolah. The flick, which was released on May 11, has earned Rs 39.24 crore till the date and is now eyeing the Rs 50 cr mark. The political thriller is all about the India and Pakistani relationship.
Raazi collection earned Rs 7.53 crore on Friday, Rs 11 .30 crore on Saturday and on Sunday, the movie collected revenue of Rs 14.11 crore at the box office. The movie's gross overseas collection has been at $2.03 million so far, according to Bollywood Hungama. Earlier film analyst Taran Adarsh had given a four star rating to Raazi, in his Twitter post. He said Raazi was a meritorious story that deserved 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 on Saturday on Twitter.
"Made with love by all, grateful for the love by all!," lead actress Alia Bhatt said on Twitter.
"#Raazi shows EXCELLENT HOLD on Mon... Decline on Mon [vis-à-vis Fri] is a mere 16.33% - SUPERB... The film has found pan-India acceptance, which is a rarity these days... Fri 7.53 cr, Sat 11.30 cr, Sun 14.11 cr, Mon 6.30 cr. Total: ₹ 39.24 cr. India biz,"Adarsh tweeted today. The political thrilller directed by Meghna Gulzar has been produced by Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions. Its collection on the opening day was fifth highest 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. The movie's collections are likely to go up further in the days ahead, as it receives positive response from audience in terms of word of mouth boost. The film revolves around the Indo-Pak war in 1971.