Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt surely make for a power-packed duo who have managed to impress the masses yet again with their brilliant performance in the just-released film Gully Boy. While Ranveer added life to the journey of Murad in the film, Alia Bhatt as Safeena won hearts with her rock-solid attitude. The duo has been garnering much praise for their ability to captivate the audience throughout. Not just the critics, but the film has also enchanted the viewers, as the result numbers haven’t stopped pouring in on the box office. In just four days, Gully Boy has managed to earn more than 70 crores and after day 5, the film’s total stands at Rs 81.10 crores.
Ranveer Singh’s Gully Boy is ruling the box office. The film released on valentines Day and has already earned 80 crores. The latest box office collection, reported by Taran Adarsh, reveals, “#GullyBoy shows a solid hold on Mon [Day 5]... Expectedly, metros are driving the biz... Should hit ₹ 100 cr on Thu [Day 8]... Mumbai circuit is the front runner [terrific]... Thu 19.40 cr, Fri 13.10 cr, Sat 18.65 cr, Sun 21.30 cr, Mon 8.65 cr. Total: ₹ 81.10 cr. India biz.”
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#GullyBoy shows a solid hold on Mon [Day 5]... Expectedly, metros are driving the biz... Should hit ₹ 💯 cr on Thu [Day 8]... Mumbai circuit is the front runner [terrific]... Thu 19.40 cr, Fri 13.10 cr, Sat 18.65 cr, Sun 21.30 cr, Mon 8.65 cr. Total: ₹ 81.10 cr. India biz.
In Gully Boy, Zoya Akhtar who has directed and co-written the film, has pinched an utmost realistic and hard-hitting social issue of increasing economic gap in the society. The film reminded me of the viral picture of Mumbai that showed how one side of the city has sky-touching multistoreys while the other side is inhabited by the slum-dwellers. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself jerking a tear or two during the song Doori, beautifully penned by Javed Akhtar and voiced by Ranveer Singh himself. A scene where a woman is crying at the backseat of the car Ranveer Singh was driving, the societal gap between them hit us hard with the truth. Wiping other’s tears is a basic human instinct, however, nowadays even that is clouded by the realisation of rich and poor. ‘Tere aansoon pochu itni meri aukaat nahi.’ Sounds bizarre, but its true.
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