Progress report of Ajay Devgn’s film

Maidaan Box Office Collection Day 4: Progress Report On Ajay Devgn

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Box office numbers for field The increase is indicated on the first Saturday. On the fourth day, the Ajay Devgn-titled film collected ₹5.5 crore (all languages). Sacknilk Reportedly, the biographical sports drama has collected ₹15.6 crore with exclusive previews. Directed Amit Sharma, field It revolves around the story of Syed Abdul Rahim, coach and manager of the Indian football team, who served the team from 1950 to his death in 1963. Priyamani and Nitanshi Goyal also play important roles in this film. field It is jointly backed by Zee Studios, Bayview Projects and Fresh Lime Films.

Shahid Kapoor gave him a shout out on Friday field on his Instagram stories. The actor shared a poster of the film and wrote, “Really nice to watch field Today this is a movie with great acting. Go check it out guys. This is a real honest post for all of you. Good movies deserve to be watched. All the best to the entire team.” Click here To read the full story.

in one ndtv reviewFilm critic Saibal Chatterjee said field 2 out of 5 stars and said, “However, it’s not like gratuitous bragging Part Milkha Part or not so strongly predictable MS Dhoni: The Untold Story Although its runtime is roughly the same as those two films. And it’s nowhere near replicating the range of relevant thematic concerns it defines Look at this! India,

“Dribbling fast and loose with facts while unflinchingly following recorded dates and scorelines, fieldIt is a hit and run exercise celebrating the golden age of Indian football by bringing to the screen the story of a legendary manager and football strategist working in a newly independent nation born out of the pain of Partition. Advised overkill,” added Saibal Chatterjee.

field Clashes with Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff Bad Mian Short Mian at the box office. FYI: So far, the Ali Abbas Zafar-directed film has earned ₹31.75 crore.

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