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May 28, 2018

Raazi Box Office: By The Time You Read This, Alia Bhatt Will Have Another 100 Crore Grosser!

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Raazi Box Office: As the movie Raazi is moving closer to the 100 crore club, it is marking its winning streak. The Alia Bhatt starrer movie, has proved everyone that a good script, better direction and the best acting is the key for any movie to be a blockbuster.

The film saw a huge jump on its 3rd Saturday. It has collected 4.20 crores on Saturday and the film now stands at the total of 98.08 crores.

If it continues to score well even today, it will enter the 100 crore club by the end of this weekend. After Talvar, Meghna Gulzar has gifted us with another Gem. Raazi is a clear winner at the box office not only commercially but also critically. The year 2018 has been amazing so far in terms of Box Office numbers!

 

Box office:Raazi is proficient, 102 not out is lagging
Raazi Box Office: By The Time You Read This, Alia Bhatt Will Have Another 100 Crore Grosser!

Raazi directed by Meghna Gulzar is a spy thriller, which captures the journey of a girl called Sehmat and how she turns into a spy for the Indian government. The film produced by Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions also stars Shishir Sharma, Rajit Kapur, Soni Razdan and Jaideep Ahlawat in significant roles.

Filmmaker Meghna Gulzar, who is currently celebrating the success of her latest release “Raazi”, believes that there was no need to bring Pakistanis down to show Indians were right on their path in the story.

 

When asked why Meghna as a director, unlike other filmmakers, opted not to show the Pakistanis in bad light, she said: “Because they are human too, they are just like us. And to shows ourselves good we don’t have to show others bad or evil.”

“It was our intention to show what we wanted with simplicity and truth for which we didn’t have to become preachy or develop a propaganda. The story was such that we did not need these additional traits.”

 

Source: Koimoi

 
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