War: Critics Take To Social Media To Share Their Thoughts On The Film

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War hit the screens on October 2, 2019. The film stars Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor. Here is what the critics have to say about the film.

Written By Shweta Patokar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Hrithik Roshan’s War just hit the screens on October 2, 2019. The film also stars Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor in the lead roles. Directed by Sidharth Anand, the film’s plot revolves around the life of an army soldier who has to find and capture his mentor who has gone rogue. The film shows Tiger Shroff and Hrithik Roshan on opposite ends of a spectrum.

Here is what the critics have to say about the film

This is what the famous film critic, Rajeev Masand, has to say about the film

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Sumit Kadel, a film critic and trade analyst, took to his social media to share his thoughts

Joginder Tuteja shared this on his social media timeline

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Trade Analyst and movie critic, Taran Adarsh said:

Another popular critic, Anupama Chopra shared the link to her review on her social media

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War Box Office collection

War made a whopping ₹51.6 crores on its opening day. The film has now become the biggest Hindi opener yet. War stands third after Avengers: Endgame and Baahubali 2 in the domestic market. The movie created history with its amazing box-office collections and is already setting a new benchmark for other Hindi films.

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