Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 has garnered accolades from all the centres. The film is also doing well in terms of its box office collection. With a steady growth, Super 30 minted Rs 64.07 crore till Tuesday.
The film had a good weekend as it managed to bag Rs 18.19 crore on Saturday (July 13) and 20.74 crore on Sunday (July 14). On Monday and Tuesday, the film grossed around Rs 6 crore each day. It is expected for Super 30 to slow down a bit on Wednesday and mint Rs 5 crore.
Boxoffice HINDI – July 17, WED 8:00AM#Super30 – 63.8 cr – Day 5 [@iHrithik @mrunal0801]
Budget – 24cr#Article15 – 60.2cr – Day 19 [@ayushmannk #IshaTalwar]
Budget – 23cr+#KabirSingh -262.5cr – Day 26- AT BB [@shahidkapoor @Advani_Kiara]
Budget – 55cr
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The Hrithik Roshan starrer is a biopic based on the life of Patna-based mathematician Anand Kumar, who runs an educational program called Super 30 for talented but underprivileged children to prepare them for IIT entrance exam. Hrithik Roshan plays Anand Kumar a mathematician in the film. Mrunal Thakur plays his love interest.
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Meanwhile, Article 15, Ayushmann Khurrana’s latest offering has done well to last three Mondays and appears to be on a steady rise. The film has collected almost 60 crores while somehow competing with the juggernaut that Kabir Singh is. Shahid Kapoor’s film is still minting money, into the fourth-week release since its release and should complete one month at the box office come 21st July.
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A film that highlights the stark reality of caste discrimination in India has not only got a thumbs up from critics but fans too and the film’s box office collection is proof of it. After becoming the second-biggest opener of Ayushmann’s career, is slowly crawling towards fame.
Article 15 is a story about caste-based discrimination prevalent in India and is loosely based on the 2014 Badaun rape case. Ayushmann Khurrana plays an IPS officer Ayan Ranjan who gets his first posting in Lalgaun in Uttar Pradesh, where people wear their caste on their sleeves. The officer is optimistic about the future of the country until he sees the harsh reality of the society he lives in.