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Alia Bhattâs Raazi inching closer to the ₹ 50 crore mark at the box-office


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Alia Bhatt’s Raazi has continued to perform well at the box - office despite the film not being a typical commercial flick. The film managed to rake in ₹ 32.94 crore from the first weekend. Raazi maintained a strong hold on Monday and Tuesday with collections of ₹ 6.30 crore and ₹ 6.10 crore respectively. Currently, the total box - office collections of the movie stand at ₹ 45.34 crore and is expected to cross the ₹ 50 crore mark by the end of the day. 

A popular film and trade analyst tweeted regarding the box-office collections of the film. The tweet read, "#Raazi continues its dominance... Occupancy/footfalls on Mon and Tue clearly indicates it’s poised for a FANTASTIC Week 1 total [approx ₹ 55 cr+]... Fri 7.53 cr, Sat 11.30 cr, Sun 14.11 cr, Mon 6.30 cr, Tue 6.10 cr. Total: ₹ 45.34 cr. India biz.”
Alia Bhatt

Raazi is made on a reasonable budget and with the collections so far it is safe to say that the film is a super hit. Alia Bhatt is playing the role of a spy in this period - thriller which is directed by Meghna Gulzar. It is based on Harinder Sikka’s novel Calling Sehmat and also features Vicky Kaushal, Rajit Kapoor, Soni Razdan, Jaideep Ahlawat, Shishir Sharma and Amruta Khanvilkar in pivotal roles. It is produced under the banners of Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions.

Alia Bhatt

Actor Jaideep Ahlawat, who plays the character of Khalid Mir in the film said, “Raazi explores a very interesting political phase before the 1971 war. The story was worth telling because it captures the relationship between three countries – India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, which was going through a turmoil then.” He further explained that Raazi is not a war film, “The film is about the war, but does not show the war. The story of the film revolves around the strategy making phase that both the countries (India and Pakistan) went through before the war started. If we look at any war in the world history, once the war starts, it’s all about firing and death. But the most interesting phase is the preparation, that is why I found the story interesting.”

Alia Bhatt

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Alia Bhatt’s Raazi has continued to perform well at the box - office despite the film not being a typical commercial flick. The film managed to rake in ₹ 32.94 crore from the first weekend. Raazi maintained a strong hold on Monday and Tuesday with collections of ₹ 6.30 crore and ₹ 6.10 crore respectively. Currently, the total box - office collections of the movie stand at ₹ 45.34 crore and is expected to cross the ₹ 50 crore mark by the end of the day. 

A popular film and trade analyst tweeted regarding the box-office collections of the film. The tweet read, "#Raazi continues its dominance... Occupancy/footfalls on Mon and Tue clearly indicates it’s poised for a FANTASTIC Week 1 total [approx ₹ 55 cr+]... Fri 7.53 cr, Sat 11.30 cr, Sun 14.11 cr, Mon 6.30 cr, Tue 6.10 cr. Total: ₹ 45.34 cr. India biz.”
Alia Bhatt

Raazi is made on a reasonable budget and with the collections so far it is safe to say that the film is a super hit. Alia Bhatt is playing the role of a spy in this period - thriller which is directed by Meghna Gulzar. It is based on Harinder Sikka’s novel Calling Sehmat and also features Vicky Kaushal, Rajit Kapoor, Soni Razdan, Jaideep Ahlawat, Shishir Sharma and Amruta Khanvilkar in pivotal roles. It is produced under the banners of Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions.

Alia Bhatt

Actor Jaideep Ahlawat, who plays the character of Khalid Mir in the film said, “Raazi explores a very interesting political phase before the 1971 war. The story was worth telling because it captures the relationship between three countries – India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, which was going through a turmoil then.” He further explained that Raazi is not a war film, “The film is about the war, but does not show the war. The story of the film revolves around the strategy making phase that both the countries (India and Pakistan) went through before the war started. If we look at any war in the world history, once the war starts, it’s all about firing and death. But the most interesting phase is the preparation, that is why I found the story interesting.”

Alia Bhatt

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