Ajay Devgn’s film registered a decline

Maidaan Box Office Collection Day 8: Ajay Devgn

Ajay Devgan in the trailer. (Etiquette: Ajay Devgn,

New Delhi:

Ajay Devgn’s fieldOn its first Thursday (day 8), it earned ₹0.19 crore at the domestic box office, accordingly Sacknilk, on day 7, the sports drama grossed ₹2 crore. currently, fieldThe total collection is ₹27.29 crore, the report states. The film, which hits theaters on April 10, revolves around the story of Syed Abdul Rahim – the coach and manager of the Indian football team – who served from the 1950s until his death in 1963. Ajay Devgan is playing the lead role in this movie. Priyamani, Nithanshi Goyal and Gajraj Rao also play prominent roles. field It is jointly backed by Zee Studios, Bayview Projects and Fresh Lime Films.

Ajay Devgn’s field struggled with Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff Bad Mian Short Mian, released at the box office on April 11. While the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial is looking to cross the Rs 50 crore mark, Ajay Devgan’s field is close to ₹ 30 crore.

Talking about the struggle at the box office, Ajay Devgn Said, “I wouldn’t call it a fight. If it is called a clash, two films should not be released on the same day. But there are times when you have to. 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 the films will do well,” the actor said at the film’s trailer launch.

NDTV, in his review for Film Critic Saibal Chatterjee Rated 2 out of 5 stars fieldfor Ajay Devgn’s performance in field, he wrote, “Played with admirable poise by Ajay Devgn, Rahim’s role over everything and everyone else in the film. It does more harm than good fieldthe hero’s battles to unite a team that cuts across regions, languages ​​and cultures foreshadows the excitement generated by the tough games the boys play against formidable opponents at the Olympics and Asian Games.

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