Alia Bhatt's portrayal of feminine yet strong Sehmat Khan was quite evident in the trailers.
Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh disclosed the total earning. After opening on a good note the weekend business of the film saw good growth in collections that have lasted into its first week. Taran Adarsh tweeted about the film's overwhelming response and wrote: "Raazi continues its dominance". Total: rs 45.34 cr. Friday 7.53 cr, Sat 11.30 cr, Sun 14.11 cr, Monday 6.30 cr, Tue 6.10 cr.
In this box office report we take a look at fifth day collections of Raazi while comparing the same to previous releases of 2018.
Alia Bhatt is riding high the success of her latest film Raazi, with two big films, Brahmastra and Kalank in her kitty already she has now signed a 'light-hearted project.' An official announcement is still pending but the actress confirmed that she will soon be working with Ashwiny Iyer, the Bareilly ki Barfi director. In 1971, India and Pakistan were undergoing a rough patch in terms of their bilateral relations.
Raazi narrates the tale of an ordinary Indian girl (played by Alia) who was married to a Pakistani man (played by Vicky) in the 1970s. Alia has shown herself to be a capable actress, with her performances as a situational drug addict, in Udta Punjab receiving widespread critical acclaim from critics and audiences alike. Besides, the cast, cinematography and Meghna Gulzar's direction has also been appreciated for the exemplary work.