“Congratulations to these outstanding women”

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt shared this photo. (Etiquette: Alia Bhatt,

New Delhi:

Alia Bhatt made a strong announcement about the overwhelming box office success of Team Crew on the first day of its release. ICYDK, the crew starring Kareena Kapoor, Kriti Sanon and Tabu in lead roles, took off with a bang at the box office. The film recorded the highest opening day worldwide for any female-led Hindi film. Showering love for the film and its cast, Alia Bhatt wrote, “This #Crew rocks the BO. Kudos to these amazing women on and off screen.” Kriti reciprocated Alia’s wishes on her Instagram Stories, writing, “Alia. Thank you love.”

Check out Alia Bhatt’s post below:

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Now see how Kriti Sanon reacted.

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After a successful opening day, Crew continued its box office momentum on its first Saturday. On the second day, the Rajesh A Krishnan-directed film earned ₹9.6 crore, as reported by Sacnilk. So far, the con comedy has grossed ₹18.85 crore, reports said. Crew The story revolves around three friends who work as cabin crew members for Kohinoor Airlines. Their peaceful lives are thrown into chaos when they get caught up in a difficult situation. The chick flick stars Tabu, Kareena Kapoor and Kriti Sanon in lead roles, while Diljit Dosanjh and Kapil Sharma also play important roles.

On Saturday, Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​posted a note on X (formerly known as Twitter) to share Crew’s opening day box office numbers. He wrote, “#Crew pulls the biggest surprise of 2024… smashes all pre-release estimates by a wide margin… all the pessimists who doubted / played down its #BO potential… ₹ 10.28 cr Friday. #India Biz. #boxoffice.”

In a review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee gave Crew 2 out of 5 stars and said, “Crew is director Rajesh A. Krishnan’s first theatrical release. He debuted on the streaming platform in 2020 with Live Lootcase. The two films, poles apart in terms of scale and ambition, are bound by their absurd overtones and sympathy for the victims of an economic system in which the rich get richer and the poor live on unrealistic aspirations.”

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