Yesterday, box office welcomed not one or two but total four films together and among them, Taapse Pannu starrer Mulk was the one. The film also has the actors like Rishi Kapoor, Prateik Babbar, Rajat Kapoor and Ashutosh Rana playing a pivotal roles.
Mulk has received a lot of praises from fans as well as critics for its quite sensitive topic which deals with patriotism and identity. Director Anubhav Sinha’s film on its first day did the business of Rs 1.60 crore at the Box Office. As per the trade analyst, Girish Johar the film might earn Rs 2 crore on its first day.
However, Girish told to the leading daily, “If I have to place my money, I will place it on Mulk. Whatever they are trying to convey is a strong message and it is a strong content film backed by deadly performances by Rishi Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu, and Ashutosh Rana. In my opinion, the film might earn Rs 2 crore on its first day.”
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Coming back to Mulk, this film is totally based on content. And, another trade analyst Taran Adarsh yesterday took to his social media account gave the review of the film and said ,”#OneWordReview…#Mulk: POWERFUL..Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️½ topical content-driven film… Asks pertinent, difficult, uncomfortable questions… Strong drama… Power-packed dialogue… Director Anubhav Sinha gets it right… Recommended! #Mulk stands on powerful writing + splendid performances… Rishi Kapoor is in a terrific form… Taapsee is fantastic… Supporting cast adds strength… Manoj Pahwa, Ashutosh Rana, Rajat Kapoor, Kumud Mishra, Prateik Babbar and Prachee Shah Paandya, each actor excels.”
Shubhra Gupta, the critics of the leading daily wrote about Mulk, “We are now living in such tenuous, difficult polarized times that a film like Mulk feels like a blessing. It is about everything, really: the nation, religious divide, communal harmony (or, should I say, disharmony, which is spreading). It is about us, the citizens of India, and how we are grievously riven apart. It shows us a mirror, and that mirror is cracked, from side to side.”
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