Shraddha Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao’s latest outing Stree is inching towards Rs 100 crore club. The film earned around Rs 2 crore on day 15 according to Box Of India (BOI). And the film continued to maintain its pace. BOI also stated that Stree will soon beat the lifetime collection of Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety and Gold.
Helmed by Amar Kaushik Stree is a horror comedy which also features Pankaj Tripathi, Vijay Raaz, Aparshakti Khurana, Abhishek Banerjee and Asha Saini in lead roles.
Stree earned Rs 4.39 crore on Friday, Rs 7.63 crore on Saturday, Rs 9.88 crore on Sunday, Rs 3.31 crore on Monday, Rs 3.22 crore on Tuesday and Rs 2.95 crore on Wednesday at the box-office. It made a total collection of Rs 95.53 crore till Thursday.
Announcing the Stree box-office collection of Day 14, film critic and trade analysts Taran Adarsh wrote, ‘’#Stree scores in Week 2... Gets a boost on second Thu due to #GaneshChaturthi holiday... Will cross ₹ 100 cr in Weekend 3... [Week 2] Fri 4.39 cr, Sat 7.63 cr, Sun 9.88 cr, Mon 3.31 cr, Tue 3.22 cr, Wed 2.95 cr, Thu 3.76 cr. Total: ₹ 95.53 cr. India biz.’’
#Stree is all set to cross ₹ 💯 cr today [Sat; Day 16]... Will be the ninth Hindi film to cruise past ₹ 100 cr mark in 2018... [Week 3] Fri 2.14 cr. Total: ₹ 97.67 cr. India biz.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) September 15, 2018
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Taran Adarsh also informed that Stree will soon enter Rs 100 crore club. He wrote, ‘’It’s certain that #Stree will hit ₹ 100 cr mark in Weekend 3, even as new releases threaten to dislodge it from the top spot this week... The lifetime biz will depend on how it fares in the forthcoming days, but ₹ 115 cr to ₹ 120 cr lifetime biz is on the cards.’’
Stree plays well with both the genres being spooky and funny at the same time. However, ghostly moments are less but we don't have any complaints as the cast compensates it with their perfect comic timing. Pankaj Tripathi is an absolute delight to watch on screen and his entry in the movie is enough to evoke laughter. There is nothing this man can't do and with his third collaboration (After Bareilly Ki Barfi and Newton among prominent ones) with an equally talented leading man Rajkummar Rao, he assures to treat you in a surprisingly pleasant way. Pankaj, in the role of a shudh Hindi-speaking librarian, who is researching on Stree, has some of the best lines. He will leave you craving for more. Performances of other supporting actors are also top-notch, be it budding talents like Aparshakti Khurrana (Ayushman Khurana's younger brother) and Abhishek Banerjee or Atul Srivastava, who plays Vicky's father. Writers have let each character to flourish. In one of the scenes, where Vicky's father gives sex education to him will remind you of 2017 film Shubh Mangal Saavdhan.The indirect reference to sex by calling it 'friendship' and that too in pure Hindi will leave you ROFL. However, the beauty of the entire film is that the comedy never seems over-the-top and forced.