Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao are currently riding high on the appreciation they are receiving for their performances in their latest release Judgementall Hai Kya. The movie directed by Prakash Kovelamudi and bankrolled by Ekta Kapoor and Shailesh R Singh revolves around two strange characters and murder. The movie which hits at your pre-conceived notion also tells a story of the conflict between reality and illusion. Written by Kanika Dhillon, the movie also features Amyra Dastur and Satish Kaushik in prominent roles.
The rave reviews and love for this radical film only seem to be growing as Judgementall Hai Kya takes a 50% jump on day 2, taking its total to 13.42.
The film has undoubtedly become the most talked-about projects, and is being touted as India's most critically acclaimed thriller to date.
The film continues to show an upward trend as the love and audience excitement for the film keep growing. Weekend figures are expected to touch Rs 20 plus crore in the box office.
The movie has impressed those who want to see a bit different film. The unique treatment and fine performance by its lead actors have played an important role in lifting the story. This Rajkummar and Kangana Ranaut starrer has been a rage among movie buffs since the release of its trailer. Even the posters intrigued the audience as both the actors were seen in a completely different avatar.
On the other hand, its rival Arjun Patiala, starring Kriti Sanon, Diljit Dosanjh and Varun Sharma stands nowhere close. The comedy film's total collection in two days is Rs 2.75 crore, which is quite low.
Judgementall Hai Kya Review: The film is intriguing in the first half as you will still be absorbing incidents going on the screen and trying to understand Bobby and Keshav. The story swiftly moves in the pre-interval leaving little scope for you to put your eyes off the screen. The entire film is laced with several gripping moments until the second half where the story starts moving at a relaxed pace. You experience a sudden shift in the way the story is being told. In the second half, the film moves to London with a mythological undertone. Read complete review here.