Saif Ali Khan and Radhika Apte’s film Baazaar, which opened with the collection of Rs 3.07 crore at box office, has finally gained momentum. Gauravv K Chawla directorial venture Baazaar, successfully managed to attract audience on day two and earned Rs 7.17 crore. Saif’s film Baazaar revolves around a young ambitious man who becomes a stock trader for a businessman, after shifting to Mumbai
Film critic and trade analysts Taran Adarsh stating the third day collection of Baazar wrote, ‘’#Baazaar witnessed a positive upturn on Day 2 and Day 3... Mumbai circuit is dominating its biz... Weekdays are extremely crucial... Has to maintain the pace for a respectable Week 1 total... Fri 3.07 cr, Sat 4.10 cr, Sun 4.76 cr. Total: ₹ 11.93 cr. India biz.’’
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#Baazaar witnessed a positive upturn on Day 2 and Day 3... Mumbai circuit is dominating its biz... Weekdays are extremely crucial... Has to maintain the pace for a respectable Week 1 total... Fri 3.07 cr, Sat 4.10 cr, Sun 4.76 cr. Total: ₹ 11.93 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 29, 2018
Baazaar starts with the cliché atrociously handsome and powerful man getting his hands on anything and everything he wants. He never loses and has never learnt anything but to win. On the contrast, Rizwan Ahmed has spent majority of his life with his middle-class salaried father who gets rewarded for his loyalty with only a Rs 2690 watch. Not wanting to spend his life in budget clothes and a small town house, Rizwan leaves the town with gargantuan dreams in his eyes. We’ve seen so many Bollywood movies around similar premise of a middle-class man trying to do something big. Overnight, his life changes and everything drifts so easily; taking the film far, far away from the cruel ways of real life.
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The first half of the film was full of such clichés and one-liners. “Marathon me daudne walo ko duniya yaad nahi rakhti”. And so Shakun Kothari, an over-ambitious businessman, wants to double, triple and quadruple his money in whatever way he can. He is so much like the most of the businessmen in India or any other part of the world. They pray money, breath money and their life revolves around money.
Baazaar, which is produced by Nikkhil Advani, Monisha Advani, Madhu G. Bhojwani, Ishan Saksena, Dheeraj Wadhawan, Sunil Shah and Ajay Kapoor, released this Friday.