'The Kashmir Files' Continues To Rule Box Office, Domestic Collection Surpasses Rs 60 Crore In Just Five Days Of Release
The box office collection of director Vivek Agnihotri's 'The Kashmir Files' has surpassed Rs 60 crore in just five days of its release.
The Anupam Kher-starrer movie minted another Rs 18 crore on day five, setting a record for the largest collection made on a Tuesday since the beginning of the pandemic.
The film depicts the exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir following systematic killings of people from the community in the Valley in 1990s.
It stars Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty and Pallavi Joshi among others.
According to movie critic Taran Adarsh, 'The Kashmir Files' is a "Tsunami" at the box office, with the film earning most on the most on Tuesday (15 March), five days after its release.
"The Kashmir Files is a TSUNAMI at the box office… FANTASTIC TRENDING, as footfalls, occupancy, numbers continue to soar… Day 5 higher than all previous days… BLOCKBUSTER," Adarsh said in a tweet.
The film earned Rs 3.55 crore on Friday, Rs 8.5 crore on Saturday, Rs 15.1 crore on Sunday, Rs 15.05 crore on Monday and Rs 18 crore on Tuesday, according to Adarsh.
The total collection of the movie in the country till Tuesday is Rs 60.20 crore.
Zee Studios, which produced the movie, informed that the worldwide box office collection of 'The Kashmir Files' has crossed Rs 67 crore, with a total collection of Rs 67.35 crore.
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