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Munjya Box Office Collection Day 9: Sharvari

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New Delhi:

By Sharvari Vagh ants Making all the right noises at the ticket counter. The horror-comedy crossed the ₹ 45 crore mark on its second Saturday. On its 9th day, the Aditya Sarpotdar-directed film collected 6.5 crores at the domestic box office. Sacknilkafter which, the film’s total collection has now stood at ₹ 45.3 crore, reports state. antswhich hit theaters on June 7, features sharwari tiger Abhay Verma as Bela and Bittu. The plot revolves around an angry cat, who is accidentally released by Bittu. ants Backed by Dinesh Vijan and Amar Kaushik’s Maddock Films.

On Sunday, film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​shared a detailed breakdown antsBox Office Collection of So Far. Taran Adarsh ​​said this ants The “victory run” is coming.

Sharing the poster of ants above ants All set to complete a half-century today (Day 10; 2nd Sunday)… The film continues its winning run, despite its new release, remains the first choice in mass pockets/heartland (Chandu Champion)…saw 80% increase on Sat (2nd). An extended weekend – Monday off – will add to the density ants…It will be interesting to see where his lifelong business leads. Incidentally, the two money spinners of Maddock Films – Little children (June 2, 2023) and ants (June 7, 2024) – Released in the first week of June. (Week 2) 3.75 crore on Friday, 6.75 crore on Saturday. Total: ₹ 47 crore. Indian business. Box Office.”

next to antsReleased Sharwari Wagh spoke to news agency ANI about her role in the film. Sharwari Wagh said, “My character is that of a modern girl who wants to fulfill her dreams and prioritize them before everything else, which I think we all do these days. Many girls will relate to my character. Her dating life is also very confusing, many girls can relate to that too. A beautifully written character.”

Film critic Saibal Chatterjee in his review for NDTV ants 1.5 out of 5 stars. He wrote,antsBrilliantly shot by cinematographer Saurabh Goswami, it’s rarely scary enough to trigger jump scares…Acting ants Mercifully not as over the top as the plot. The spotlight is on the eponymous animal but Abhay Varma as the boy struggles to hold on to his sanity. Mona Singh, Sharwari Wagh and Suhas Joshi (as Bittu’s Ajji ants backstory) are more than enough in a film that doesn’t really focus on them.” Read his full review here,

For those who don’t know, ants The third installment in Dinesh-Vijan’s acclaimed horror-comedy universe. His previous films include Rajkummar Rao road, And Varun Dhawan’s the wolf,

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