After a successful strategic release of Kesari film on the festival of Holi, the film strongly trends on ticketing counters. Helmed by Anurag Singh, this period drama stars Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra. Speaking of its box office collection, Kesari puts up a wonderful total of Rs. 105 crore. On day eight of its release, Kesari earned Rs. 5.85 crore.
As stated by Film Critic and Analyst Taran Adarsh in his tweet, Kesari film emerges as the highest "Week 1" grosser of 2019. He wrote: "Kesari benchmarks...Crossed ₹ 50 cr: Day 3 ₹ 75 cr: Day 4 ₹ 100 cr: Day 7. Emerges highest *Week 1* grosser of 2019 [so far], followed by #GullyBoy [₹ 100.30 cr; 8 days] and #TotalDhamaal [₹ 94.55 cr; 7 days]. India biz." Check out the post here:
#Kesari benchmarks...— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 29, 2019
Crossed ₹ 50 cr: Day 3
₹ 75 cr: Day 4
₹ 100 cr: Day 7
Emerges highest *Week 1* grosser of 2019 [so far], followed by #GullyBoy [₹ 100.30 cr; 8 days] and #TotalDhamaal [₹ 94.55 cr; 7 days]. India biz.
Benchmarked as the biggest opener of 2019 and second biggest opener of Akshay Kumar after Gold, Kesari is a family entertainment film attracting many movie-goers. In another tweet by Taran Adarsh, he gave a detailed BO Collection of the day-wise. He tweeted: "Kesari Thu [#Holi] 21.06 cr, Fri 16.75 cr, Sat 18.75 cr, Sun 21.51 cr, Mon 8.25 cr, Tue 7.17 cr, Wed 6.52, Thu 5.85 cr. Total: ₹ 105.86 cr. India biz. Note: Extended Week 1." Read here:
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 29, 2019
It is assumed that this film is to beat the two new releases of March 29, that are, Nitin Kakkar's Notebook starring debutantes Pranutan and Zaheer Iqbal, and also Chuck Russell's Junglee starring Vidyut Jammwal.
Kesari Movie Review:
Making a war movie and that about a battle that’s been long lost in the pages of history is not a cakewalk. However, kudos to the casting and direction of the film, Kesari was unlike any other patriotic films with an abundant amount of chest-thumping. Kesari is raw, touching and compelling in equal proportions. Had it been about a bunch of young men crying war at the top of their voice, the magic wouldn’t have been so picture-perfect. The film directed by Anurag Singh had its own moments of highs and lows, but the narrative itself sailed the boat to its shores. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE!
Kesari Official Trailer:
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