Tu Jhoothi ​​Main Makkaar records highest collection on day 4, crosses ₹50 cr. Bollywood

Tu Jhoothi ​​Main Makkaar records highest collection on day 4, crosses ₹50 cr.  Bollywood

Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor’s Holi release Tu Jhoothi ​​Main Makkaar recorded its highest collections on Saturday. The film that had slowed down after an opening of 15.73 crore net, continued to collect 16.57 crore net Saturday, crossing the 50 crore-mark at the domestic box office. It now stands at a total of net 53.16 crore and is expected to record a similar or better collection on Sunday. Read also : Tu Jhoothi ​​Main Makkaar teaser: Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor are a little too much in love. Show

Sharing the film’s Saturday collections, business analyst Taran Adarsh ​​wrote on Twitter: “Tu Jhoothi ​​Main Makkaar puts on a solid show on day 4…National channels see a 68.93% jump, while the ground circuits increase slightly… Eyes 70 cr+ total over his five-day *extended* weekend… 15.73 cr, game 10.34 cr, Fri 10.52 cr, Sat. 16.57 cr. Total: 53.16 cr. Indian Affairs.”

Directed by Luv Ranjan, the romantic comedy also stars Anubhav Singh Bassi, Dimple Kapadia and Boney Kapoor in supporting roles. It’s about a couple who consider breaking up but are caught in a strange situation because neither wants to be the first out of the relationship. This is Ranbir and Shraddha’s first collaboration and their first with Luv Ranjan.

The film received mixed reviews from critics but seems to be doing well at the box office. In a recent interview with PTI, he expressed concern that people are warming up to romantic comedies after a healthy dose of action shows such as Brahmastra and more recently Pathaan.

He said, “After the pandemic, there was a certain shift in viewing. Maybe audiences are gearing up for action movies, big budget experiments, special effects movies, it’s a romantic comedy. I want to see if the public still gives it a chance. It is important for the film industry that such films work, because then the genre will always be alive… Otherwise, we will be stuck making action shows for cinemas. Sometimes you just want to go watch a nice romantic comedy and have a good time. To that end, I hope this will work.


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