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Ajay Devgn, Ileana D’Cruz and Saurabh Shukla starrer Raid is off to a good start during a box bureau with a collection of Rs 10.04 crore on Day 1.
Trade researcher Taran Adarsh tweeted a collection of a film and wrote, “After an typical start in morning shows, #Raid jumped post noon onwards… Evening/night shows saw super growth… A double number start for a non-masala, picturesque film is heartening… Strong word of mouth should boost numbers on Sat and Sun… Fri ₹ 10.04 cr. India biz.”
After an typical start in morning shows, #Raid jumped post noon onwards… Evening/night shows saw super growth… A double number start for a non-masala, picturesque film is heartening… Strong word of mouth should boost numbers on Sat and Sun… Fri ₹ 10.04 cr. India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 17, 2018
Talking about a weekend collection of Raid, trade researcher Girish Johar told indianepress.com, “Raid is approaching to collect around Rs 30 crore in a initial weekend. Director Raj Kumar Gupta, who has helmed films like Aamir and No One Killed Jessica among others, is famous in a attention for creation films that broach a clever message.”
Touted as a initial Bollywood plan to be formed on an Income Tax raid, Raid is helmed by Raj Kumar Gupta. Set in a 80s, Raid explores how one of a country’s many high-profile raids was executed by a intrepid IT officer.
In her examination of Raid, Indian Express film censor Shubhra Gupta wrote, “The pithily named Raid is about, well, a raid that’s designed and executed by a ramrod true income taxation officer and his colleagues on a rich businessman. This is a kind of film that needs to play out like a razor-sharp thriller for it to succeed: Raid, plumped adult with unconditionally remaining songs and stretched passages, is purposeful in name only.”