Raazi 13th Day Box Office Collection, Already Crosses 85 Crores :
Alia Bhatt film Raazi continues to collect well at the box office. After passing the first week & second weekend very nice, now it is heading unaffectedly on weekdays with a solid hold over the audience, despite having newly released Hollywood’s much-awaited Deadpool 2, Alia Bhatt‘s film recorded nice collection at box office.
Alia Bhatt has once again picked up a challenging role and has delivered yet another jaw-dropping performance in Meghna Gulzar‘s Raazi which also stars Vicky Kaushal in the lead role.
Meghna Gulzar’s directorial Raazi is now running in the second week and once again showed a superb growth. It did the business of total 21.74 crores on the second weekend, that included 4.75 crores on 2nd Friday, 7.54 crores on 2nd Saturday, and 9.45 crores on 2nd Sunday.
Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal starrer Raazi has already announced super-hit and also become the fifth highest grossing Hindi movie of the year so far, The film also surpassing the lifetime total of Akshay Kumar’s PadMan, Now it very close to 100-crore mark.
Helmed by Meghna Gulzar, Raazi is based on a real-life story and Harinder Sikka’s Book Calling Sehmat. In the film, Alia is playing the role of a Kashmiri girl, who is married off to a Pakistani military family. Raazi has proved to be truly engaging and entertaining, and the film strikes a chord with the audience which is why it’s crossing borders and breaking barriers.
Raazi is getting the good response from the audience in multiplexes. On 2nd Monday, it faced a drop in income than 2nd Friday and collected minted the amount of 3.70 crores. Then on 2nd Tuesday, this female-oriented spy thriller did the business of 3.30 crores. With this, the total collection of the film Raazi after 12 days has become 85.33 crores at the domestic box office.
Raazi is not just doing well just at the domestic markets, it is doing equally well in the international market as well. We are sure the makers of Raazi are really happy with the box-office numbers, as the film was made on a budget of Rs 37 crore.