Shaandaar Box Office Records Crosses Rs 7 Cr on 2nd Day
Shahid Kapoor and Alia’s Shaandaar movie released for Dussehra and going with good collections. The Shandaar movie has collected Rs 7 Cr in just two days. As per the Bollywood critic Taran Adarsh, the movie is in full swing of collections of Rs 7.55 Cr. Vikas Bahl, who helmed the transitioning ‘Chillar Party’ and a year ago’s shock hit ‘Ruler’, appears to have lost his Midas Touch, as his late directorial “Shaandaar” has slammed on its second day.
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Vikas Bahl, who helmed the transitioning ‘Chillar Party’ and a year ago’s shock hit ‘Ruler’, appears to have lost his Midas Touch, as his late directorial “Shaandaar” has smashed on its second day. The Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt starrer, which figured out how to rake in Rs 13.1 cr on the very beginning, earned a negligible Rs 7 cr on day two. Shahid Kapoor, who tasted achievement a year ago with Vishal Bharadwaj’s directorial “Haider” and Alia, with Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Roadway’, had advanced the motion picture well guaranteeing that the crowds group in incredible numbers to the theatres.
Indian Express critic Shubhra Gupta’s Opinion
Going with them to the different limited time occasions was their executive Vikas Bahl. The motion picture, subsequently, opened well and turned into the most noteworthy opening day grosser for Shahid and Alia separately. However, having gotten blended audits, both from the commentators and the gatherings of people, the motion picture saw a plunge on Friday, owing maybe to a poor word of mouth.
Indian Express critic Shubhra Gupta opines about ‘Shaandaar’: “Costumery and puffery may work with other actors, but it is wrong for Alia. Underneath it all, she knows she is real, and she can’t help letting us in on her. But here, she’s been made to play so determinedly cute that she sinks into a set of mumbled mannerisms. And using her own name so soon in? There’s a problem right there.
Shahid suffers from a badly-written character. He can be such a natural charmer, but here the charm offensive is not allowed to stop, and finally just overtakes him.”