Akira box office collection day 3: Sonakshi Sinha film earns Rs 16.65 cr in opening weekend
Akira starring Sonakshi Sinha has apparently failed to impress audiences. Friday and Saturday box office numbers clearly show the film’s poor performance despite any other major Hindi film released with the end of the week with the Akira, it failed to cash in on the opportunity. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh wrote, “does show an increase 16.98 percent, Akira Sun … very good … Friday Trending 5.15 million, 5.30 million, Sat, Sun 6.20 million. Total: ₹ 16.65 crore. India biz. ”
At the end of the film on Monday is expected to earn Rs 2-3 crore considering the poor performance at the box office over the weekend. The film has a budget of about Rs 30 crore alleged.
On Akira as a film actress Sonakshi Sinha is seen in a new avatar. Sonakshi is rare female-driven films. So, Akira is very important in his career. Anurag Kashyap film also stars in a leading role.
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“I, I will have enough money in this case, otherwise, I have no intention of working in films. The acting is good, my character or the money that solves my problem is an obscene amount will only be the case, “Anurag said in an interview.
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“When I do not want to make a career as an actor. The actor does not mind, but my focus is on making movies. To take the offer, should time and in time, story and character will be good, “he said.
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Express critic Shubhra Gupta wrote in her review, “Akira (Sonakshi Sinha), no relation to Kurosawa, ‘mahanagari’ Mumbai is a colorful Rajasthan, small travel Shehar ‘, and shows slam-bang in a convoluted plot murder and money, corrupt officials, diabolical ACP queen (Anurag are returning a group missing, taste very own Kashyap’s head and being highly effective, even if a Marathi-speaking people from far: in a the queen would not like to meet the dark alley). “