John Abraham and Aisha Sharma starrer Milap Zaveri directorial Satyameva Jayate continued to rule at box-office. The film managed to attract audience to theatres and the film has successfully crossed Rs 60 crore mark at box-office. Despite, John Abraham’s film had tough competition from Akshay Kumar's film Gold, it managed to win hearts of audience.
Satyameva Jayate is an action drama featuring John as the protagonist. Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh stating the sixth day box-office collection of Satyameva Jayate wrote, ‘’#SatyamevaJayate packs a STRONG *extended* opening weekend total... Went downhill on Day 2, but remained consistent from Day 3 to Day 5... Weekdays biz is crucial... Wed 20.52 cr, Thu 7.92 cr, Fri 9.18 cr, Sat 9.03 cr, Sun 10.26 cr. Total: ₹ 56.91 cr. India biz.’’
#SatyamevaJayate packs a STRONG *extended* opening weekend total... Went downhill on Day 2, but remained consistent from Day 3 to Day 5... Weekdays biz is crucial... Wed 20.52 cr, Thu 7.92 cr, Fri 9.18 cr, Sat 9.03 cr, Sun 10.26 cr. Total: ₹ 56.91 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) August 20, 2018
And now according to the reports of Box Office India, Satyameva Jayate made a collection of Rs 4,75,00,000 approximately on Wednesday (second week).
The action drama Satyameva Jayate made a collection of Rs 20.52 crore till Wednesday (first week), earned Rs 7.92 crore on Thursday, Rs 9.18 crore on Friday, Rs 9.03 on Saturday and Rs 10.26 crore on Sunday. The film made a total collection of Rs 57.50 crore till Day 7. Satyameva Jayate earned Rs 62,35,00,000 apprx till day 8.
India TV rates Satyameva Jayate 2.5 out of five. Our film critic writes, “From bribery to fake gallantry medals, the film talks about all. It hits right at the point when it refers to the Khaki colour as the new colour of fear and bias and didn’t shy away from raising fingers at the existent flaws in our system. The film packs many punches like ‘Gareeb insaan kachre ki tarah hote hain aur kachre ko insaaf nahi milta.’, ‘note badle neeyat nahi’ lampooning the fraudulent ways of the police. The eternal chase between Veer and Shivansh keep you at the edge of your seat. The film is full of anger and frustration and you will feel the same while watching it. It’s not a happy film for even fraction of a second, and so, it’s the utmost real.”
Watch Satyameva Jayate trailer below: