Ayushman Khurana, Sanya Malhotra and Nina Gupta’s film ‘Badhaai ho’ are continuously making money in box office. After making tremendous earnings in the second week of the week, the film is still earning well on non-holidays. The film has made a whopping Rs 2.50 crore on Tuesday. Along with that, the film has become even closer to 100 crore club.
According to Film Trade analyst Taran, now its total revenue has reached Rs 89.35 crore. Let us tell you that the film earned a fortune of 3.40 crores on the first day of the second week, 6.60 crores on the second day and 8.15 crores on the third day.
Saif Ali Khan starrer ‘Bazaar’ was released at the box office this week but failed to stop the earnings of Ayushmann Khurrana’s movie ‘Badhaai ho’.. This movie has received tremendous love from the audience. Also, critics have strongly appreciated it.
In the film, actors like Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte and Chitrangada Singh have starred. Rohan Mehra, son of the famous actor Vinod Mehra has done a debut in Hindi cinema from this movie. His acting received mixed feedback.
At the same time, talk about Saif’s movie “Bazaar”, so far it has made a turnover of Rs 15.13 crore in five days. According to Koi Mo dot com, the movie has earned Rs 1.50 crore on Tuesday. This film received mixed reviews from reviewers. However, the audience did not give it as much love as expected.
How is the story of the movie ‘Bazaar’?
Its story is from Gujarati businessman Shakun Kothari (Saif Ali Khan). How the Gujarati Chokra wakes up from the ground and wants to become the stock market’s Sikandar and does not even cheat for the money. For him, his money is his religion. Shakun says, “Money is not God but less than that.” Shagun Kothari, who smuggled diamonds through the train in his childhood, wants to be the best runner of the life of Marathon but not 100 meters race.
On the other hand, Rizwan Ahmed of Allahabad (Rohan Mehra) whose dreams are big, but he has not yet learned to sell his faith. Rizwan Ahmad considers Shakun Kothari his god and comes to Mumbai to dream of becoming like him. Here begins the game of luck.