War box office collection prediction: Rs 170 cr in 5 days! Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff starrer set for dream run
War box office collection prediction: The much awaited trailer of the Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff starrer War was dropped on Tuesday and has created a strong buzz around the film. The trailer was received well by the movie lovers who couldn't stop about talk about it on social media platforms.
War box office collection prediction: The much awaited trailer of the Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff starrer War was dropped on Tuesday and has created a strong buzz around the film. The trailer was received well by the movie lovers who couldn't stop about talk about it on social media platforms. The strong buzz around the film hints that it could open to a massive box office reception on October. And, film trade analyst, critic and influencer Sumit Kadel believes that War box office collection at the end of five days could touch around Rs 170 crore. If this happens, it could turn out to be the biggest film of both the actors till date.
Kadel said that the lifetime collection of the film would depend on the quality of the content but nothing would stop War from dominating box office for the first five days. "#WarTrailer created tremendous buzz among trade and audience. Curiosity for the film has been multiplied. Lifetime collection depends on the merits & quality but i am assure of one thing that #WAR 5 days weekend would not be less than ₹ 160-170 crs nett," Kadel tweeted on Wednesday morning.
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With War, Hrithik and Tiger are sharing screen space for the first time in the film. The film is touted to be the biggest action entertainer of 2019. The trailer of the film is full of jaw-dropping action sequences. Stunt directors Paul Jennings, Franz Spilhaus, SeaYoung Oh and Parvez Shaikh were roped in for War and the high-octane sequences leading up to their face-offs push the bar when it comes to action.
War is the first film to be shot in the Arctic Circle.
"We were very clear from the start that we want to give Indian audiences action that they have never seen before. Our film has a huge car sequence that sees Hrithik and Tiger perform an adrenaline-pumping action stunt that has been entirely shot on ice. We shot this in Finland which is in the Arctic circle and we were informed by our production team that we were the first-ever film in the world to shoot an action sequence of this scale in the Arctic," director Siddharth Anand told ANI in an earlier interview.
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