Vidyut Jammwal's Junglee released along with Salman Khan backed Notebook this Friday. Both the films belong to different genres but none of them managed to impress a large number of audience. Vidyut Jammwal's action drama earned Rs 3.50 crore on day one which is a satisfactory number. The film directed by Chuck Russell explores animals and jungles. It also portrays human-animal relationship in a beautiful way. Despite being a different subject, the movie opened to a mixed start.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the first-day collection of the film. He wrote, ''#Junglee has a mixed start on Day 1... Fares better in mass pockets, but is dull/ordinary elsewhere... Has to catch speed over the weekend to post a satisfactory total... Fri ₹ 3.35 cr. India biz''. Junglee also stars Atul Kulkarni, Pooja Sawant and Asha Bhat in important roles.
#Junglee has a mixed start on Day 1... Fares better in mass pockets, but is dull/ordinary elsewhere... Has to catch speed over the weekend to post a satisfactory total... Fri ₹ 3.35 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 30, 2019
As per a report in Pinkvilla, Junglee has fared better in mass circuit areas like Bihar. In the state alone, the film has minted Rs 20 lakhs. However, more than Notebook, Akshay Kumar's Kesari is the tough competitor for the Vidyut Jammwal's action film. Kesari is doing better than new releases. The movie minted Rs 4.45 crore on this Friday.
#Kesari fares better than new releases... North circuits continue to drive the biz... Has to maintain a strong grip on [second] Sat and Sun... [Week 2] Fri 4.45 cr. Total: ₹ 110.31 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 30, 2019
Following a plainly written screenplay, the only redeeming feature of this film is Vidyut Jammwal's jaw-dropping action sequences. Watch Junglee if you are a part of Vidyut's fan club, or love action films. You can also plan to enjoy this film over the weekend with your kids as they'll like it more than you do for its bright colours and a social message on preserving jungles and elephants.
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