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Kabir Singh box office collection Day 3: Shahid Kapoor film earns Rs 70.83 crore

Kabir Singh box office collection Day 3: The film is Shahid Kapoor’s highest grosser in three days after Padmaavat. The film's total collection stands at Rs 70.83 crore.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
June 24, 2019 7:47:20 am
Kabir Singh box office collection Day 3 Kabir Singh box office collection Day 3: Shahid Kapoor film earns Rs 27.91 crore on Sunday.

Kabir Singh’s collection jumped significantly on Sunday and the film looks well on its way to the Rs 100 crore mark. The Shahid Kapoor starrer earned Rs 27.91 crore on Sunday as opposed to Rs 22.71 crore on Saturday.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#KabirSingh is firing on all cylinders at the BO… Metros, mass belt, Tier-2, Tier-3 cities – #KabirSingh wave grips the nation… Emerges Shahid Kapoor’s highest grosser in 3 days [after #Padmaavat]… Fri 20.21 cr, Sat 22.71 cr, Sun 27.91 cr. Total: ₹ 70.83 cr. India biz.”

He added, “#KabirSingh surpasses *opening weekend* biz of #TotalDhamaal [₹ 62.40 cr / 3700 screens], thus emerging the biggest *non-holiday* opener of 2019… A remarkable feat, since #KabirSingh was released on 3123 screens. India biz.”

Kabir Singh is a remake of Telugu blockbuster Arjun Reddy, which starred Vijay Deverakonda in the main role. Sandeep Vanga, who helmed the original, has also directed this film.

Kiara Advani, Arjan Bajwa, Suresh Oberoi, Kamini Kaushal, Adil Hussain, Nikita Dutta among others play pivotal roles in Kabir Singh.

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Kabir Singh has received mixed reviews. The Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta gave it a one-and-a-half stars. Shubhra wrote, "Shahid Kapoor’s physical resemblance to the Reddy character is startling, the same unkempt hair-and-beard, the same dark glasses, but it is not an internally realized performance. Kapoor managed that interiority in Jab We Met in which he was outstanding, and, in parts, in Kaminey. Vijay Deverakonda lets us in, and is not afraid of breaking the boys-don’t-cry myth."

"Kapoor takes the movie and tries to run with it. But he has been a hero at the centre-stage for too long; his responses are too practiced, too familiar. He feels too old for this role, and his dissolution never feels as sharply realized as the one he managed so superbly in Udta Punjab," she added.