Akshay Kumar-Tiger Shroff film crossed the Rs 50 crore mark

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Box Office Collection Day 9: Akshay Kumar-Tiger Shroff

Akshay and Tiger in a still from the movie. (Etiquette: Akshay Kumar,

Bad Mian Short Mian It has crossed 50 crore mark at the box office. According to A Sacknilk Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the film collected Rs 1.50 crore from ticket sales on the 9th day. So far, the Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff starrer has collected ₹ 51.40 crore, reports said. The story revolves around Captain Feroze, popularly known as Freddy, and Captain Rakesh aka Rocky, as they battle the mysterious villain Kabir (played by Prithviraj Sukumaran). Bad Mian Short Mian Released in Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu. The film is jointly produced by Pooja Entertainment and AAZ Films.

Viewers can see special weapons such as Chinooks, Black Hawks, C-235s, Humvees and Oshkosh vehicles. Bad Mian Short Mianwhile mentioning the use of real weapons in the film, director Dr Ali Abbas Zafar He said, “There is nothing more satisfying than shooting real stunts at real locations with real weapons and equipment. We are grateful to each country for all their support in allowing us to use real military equipment in the film. Guns, tanks, army trucks, Chinooks and many other weapons are used in the film.”

Ali Abbas Zafar added, “We have kept it all true with the best technical team and action crew. The explosions, equipment and locations are realistic and all the actors have done brilliantly in all the situations. Everything we tried is with real security. So, I think when you see Bad Mian Short MianSomewhere or other, you will feel the thrill.”

in one ndtv reviewFilm critic Saibal Chatterjee said Bad Mian Short Mian 1 out of 5 stars and said, “The film deals with three things, Vatan (Nation), Vardi (Uniform) and Jameer (Conscience), to which true soldiers are firmly committed. We will win without sacrificing the principles that guide us, say senior army officers. A film that arms the villain with the power of artificial intelligence has more artificiality than intelligence. He envisions brain-controlled, indestructible soldiers to fight brainwashed terrorists. Having failed in his plans, he decided to prove a point. “

“In a predominantly male world, a girl fights alongside two soldiers. She is Captain Meesha (Manushi Chhillar), who has a few stray action scenes of her own to prove her mettle. Another girl pops up a bit later in the film. She is Paminder ‘Pum’ Bawa ( Alaya F), an idiot who pretends to be a blockhead, is brought in on a mission to crack the computer’s code,” added Saibal Chatterjee.

It also stars Alia Furniturewala and Manushi Chhillar Bad Mian Hurt Mian.

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