Updated: May 10, 2016 1:49:08 pm
Baaghi starring Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor has been roaring at the box office and the film is now inchingclose to the Rs. 75 cr mark. Baaghi was released on a total of 2750 screens across India and 344 screens abroad on April 29. The film has earned a total of Rs. 67.63 cr in mere ten days of its release.
The second weekend also seems to have gone strong for the film as it earned Rs. 2.31 cr on Friday, Rs. 2.43 cr on Saturday and Rs. 3.17 cr on Sunday.
Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh wrote Tweeted:
#Baaghi [Week 2] Fri 2.31 cr, Sat 2.43 cr, Sun 3.17 cr. Total: ₹ 67.63 cr. India biz. ROCK-STEADY!
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 9, 2016
Taran also shared names of the movies that have had great opening weekends in 2016.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 2, 2016
The film also did good business in UAE, and the collections of the film was higher than 2 States, ABCD2 and was three times that of what Tiger Shroff’s first film Heropanti had earned.
#Fan – Overseas – Total till Week 2: $ 9.780 million [₹ 64.96 cr]… Best in USA-Canada [$ 2.158 million], UAE-GCC [$ 3.550 million].
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 30, 2016
It seems that the time that Tiger took after making his debut film “Heropanti” in 2014, is totally worth.
IndianExpress critic Shubhra Gupta wrote in her review: “It is the money shot of the film. Whenever we see Tiger doing something that involves his hands, legs, torso, head, all moving in perfect sync, scything up, slashing down, revolving on the balls of his feet, we are watching: it is a pleasure to see this young actor move, no jerk, all flow. When he is in action, that is. When he is ‘acting’, he is still clearly a novice.”
About Shraddha, Shubhra wrote: Shraddha Kapoor is slender and pretty and executes both the ‘chham chham’ in the rain as well as some roundhouse kicks and punches well enough, but is fashioned like a Bollywood heroine belonging to the potboilers of the 70s and 80s. She isn’t dragged by the hair like the leading lady of ‘Heropanti’, Tiger’s debut (also directed by Sabbir Khan) but does everything else – simper, smile, and squeal in the villain’s den.
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