Ajay Devgn’s film has gained momentum

Maidaan Box Office Collection Day 2: Ajay Devgn

Ajay Devgn has shared this photo. Ajay Devgan in the trailer. (Etiquette: Ajay Devgn,

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Ajay Devgn’s field It debuted on the big screen on 10 April. On its second day, the sports drama collected ₹4.5 crore across all languages. Sacknilk Reportedly, the Amit Sharma-directed film has earned ₹7.43 crore (so far) with exclusive previews and Day 2 collections. field It is a biopic of Syed Abdul Rahim, who worked as a coach and manager of the Indian football team from 1950 to 1963. Apart from Ajay Devgan, Priyamani and Nithanshi Goyal also play important roles in the film. field Jointly backed by Zee Studios, Bayview Projects and Fresh Lime Films.

field It has clashed with Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff Bad Mian Short Mian at the box office. During the trailer launch event of his film, Ajay Devgn Talk about struggle. The actor said, “I wouldn’t call it a struggle. If it is called a clash, two films should not be released on the same day. But sometimes you have to do it.”

He added, “Both the films belong to different genres. We are all like a family, we are friends. We are not looking at it as a clash, we are looking at it as a big weekend and both films will do well.” FYI: Bad Mian Short Mian Collected ₹ 15.50 crore on the first day.

in one ndtv reviewFilm critic Saibal Chatterjee wrote, “field Returns to an array of familiar ticks. A woman gives a pep-talk when a piece of shocking news threatens to break Rahim’s spirit. The man makes tough decisions about his son when India’s participation in the 1962 Asiad – which is the film’s climax – is under a cloud. The mob in Jakarta turns against the Indians, leading to riots and sloganeering in the streets and stadiums. Anything that could go wrong went wrong for the team.”

“Rahim, being the man he is, takes everything on the chin. The lead actor gets into the skin of the character without breaking a sweat. But this film is rarely so assertive. field Tells a long story with fiction that struggles to balance the real and the essential with its unwavering aim to drive the audience crazy,” added Saibal Chatterjee.

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