Despite Mixed Reviews And Ban In Uttarakhand, Sara Ali Khan-Sushant Singh Rajput Starrer ‘Kedarnath’ Performs Well At The Box Office

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The makers of Sushant Singh Rajput-Sara Ali Khan starrer ‘Kedarnath’ can heave a sigh of relief. Despite the movie opening to mixed reviews, it has done well at the box office till now. 

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

The makers of Sushant Singh Rajput-Sara Ali Khan starrer ‘Kedarnath’ can heave a sigh of relief. Despite the movie opening to mixed reviews, it has done well at the box office till now. 

After collecting Rs 27.75 crore in the opening weekend, which was termed ‘good’ by trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the movie has passed the crucial Monday test, collecting Rs 4.25 crore. Adarsh called the collections ‘rock-steady’. The total collections now stand at Rs 32 crore.

READ: 'Kedarnath' Row: Film In Trouble Again, Case Filed In Uttar Pradesh. Details Here

The makers would be hopeful of the collections hitting the Rs 50-crore mark, which would probably ensure good profits for the makers with revenue from satellite, music and digital rights also coming into the picture. 

It has to be noted that the movie has not released in Uttarakhand, owing to a ban enforced by seven district magistrates in the wake of protests by Hindu outfits over the movie 'hurting religious sentiments', else the collections could've been higher.

 

READ: Abhishek Kapoor Requests Uttarakhand Government To Lift Ban On 'Kedarnath'

Sara is surely happy with her debut, after being appreciated for her performance majorly. She took to Instagram to thank fans, the writer Kanika Dhillon, director Abhishek Kapoor and co-star Sushant for her character Mukku being appreciated and loved. The actress added that the character will hold a special place in her heart, also sharing how she was missing the moments from the shoot in Kedarnath.

 

 

 

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