Raid box bureau collection day 1: Ajay Devgn and Ileana D’Cruz starrer earns Rs 10.04 crore
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Ajay Devgn has kicked off 2018 with a crime play Raid. The movie, that also stars Saurabh Shukla in a pivotal role, has warranted Rs 10.04 crore on a opening day. And if that’s a approach a film will be gripping pace, afterwards a Devgn starrer is in for pots of bullion during a box office.
Trade researcher Taran Adarsh had tweeted a numbers of Raid. His twitter read, “After an typical start in morning shows, #Raid jumped post noon onwards… Evening/night shows saw super growth… A double-digit 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.”
Day 1 has been sincerely decent in terms of collection for Raid, and a crime play is approaching to lift adult a hosiery during a weekend.
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
Raid has been destined by Raj Kumar Gupta, who has formerly helmed cinema Ghanchakkar, No One Killed Jessica and Aamir. The film’s categorical plotline revolves around a bold IT officer and a large raid he conducts opposite a hotshot. Raid is a duration play set in a 1980s.
Indian Express’ film censor Shubhra Gupta has given a disastrous examination to a film.
“Raid had potential, though it comes off overlong and tepid. And where is a city of Lucknow? What we get is same-old flashes of ancestral buildings in all their exploding glory, as a backdrop to drab songs, though no pointer of a vibrant, vital enlightenment of a place this film is presumably set in”, a examination read.
According to trade researcher Girish Johar, a film is approaching to make around Rs 30 crore in a initial weekend.