A pitch-perfect start to the Janhvi Kapoor-Rajkumar Rao film

Mr & Mrs Mahi Box Office Collection Day 1: Janhvi Kapoor-Rajkummar Rao

From a still Mr. and Mrs. Mahi(Courtesy: Religion movie,

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Released this Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Mahi It managed to score impressive numbers at the box office. On its opening day, the sports-drama headlined Rajkumar Rao And Janhvi Kapoor earned Rs 7 crore Sacknilk Report Directed by Sharan Sharma, the film tells the story of Mahima, a doctor who marries a failed but talented cricketer, Mahendra. In time, Mahendra realized that his wife was a talented cricketer and decided to train her to become a professional. The film also stars Zarina Wahab, Rajesh Sharma and Kumud Mishra in important roles. Mr. and Mrs. Mahi Produced jointly by Zee Studios and Dharma Productions.

A day ahead Mr. and Mrs. Mahipublication of, Janhvi Kapoor BTS shared a video from the set on Instagram. In the clip, the actress dresses up as her character. As the cameraman approaches her, Janhvi is heard saying, “what is this (What?)”, “Is that true? (It did, right?”, “This much footage will be available today (That’s all the footage you’ll get today.)” She motions with her hand to signal the cameraman to stop filming. Soon, a happy Janhvi asks if she can share a “secret”. Jhanvi’s mood changed and she asked, “I want to know what you are capturing?” and “How close was it? (How many close-up shots are you going to take?)” Finally, Janhvi talks about a self-written poem she doesn’t want to record.

“I was clearly losing my mind on set most days….#ShrimadShrimati Book your tickets tomorrow now!” read the text attached to the post.

in one ndtv reviewFilm critic Saibal Chatterjee said Mr. and Mrs. Mahi 2 out of 5 stars. He wrote, “The lead actors do their best to involve us in the story and the emotions of the two main characters. Rajkummar Rao, always in unison, conveys Mahendra’s accusations, some against his father, some against his wife, with such conviction that the lines the character speaks are self-pitying.

“Janhvi Kapoor’s Mahima does a good job of straddling the line between unassuming and assertive. She wields the willow like a plucky pro, but the marital strain and pressure she faces diminishes the feminine power she should represent,” added the review.

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