Former adult filmstar turned Bollywood actress Sunny Leone’s latest venture Ragini MMS 2 has hit a bulls eye at the Box Office. The film, which earned nearly Rs 24 crore in the opening weekend, has now collected nearly Rs 32 crore (as of Tuesday March 25).
The film that passed the Monday test by earning Rs 4 crore, collected Rs 3 crore on the fifth day of its release.
Noted film critic Taran Adarsh tweeted The official figures. “#RaginiMMS2 passes the Monday test. Records a spectacular ₹ 4.60 cr nett. Total: ₹ 29.1 cr nett. India biz.” He also tweeted, “#RaginiMMS2 Tue 3.81 cr. Total: ₹ 32.91 cr nett. India biz.”
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Meanwhile, the film’s lead actress Sunny Leone, who has received posiitive reviews or her performance, tweeted, “I’m so overwhelmed at the Monday theatre responses!Unbelievable everyone!Thank U so much 4 all ur support @RaginiMMS_2 U all rock my world!”
Some outfits have demanded a ban on the movie ‘Ragini MMS 2’ as well as deportation of Sunny Leone from India in its memorandum submitted to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).