Tanhaji On Cusp Of Milestone; Deepika Padukone's Chhapaak Grapples Even On Partial Holiday

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Where do two big releases of 2020 — 'Chhapaak' and 'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' — at the end of Day 5 stand at the Box-Office? Here are the total collections

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Ajay Devgn's magnum opus Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior is probably just a day away from officially entering the Rs.100 crore club, meanwhile Deepika Padukone's film Chhapaak is struggling to make an upward trend even after Makar Sankranti holiday in some parts of India.

Trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh took to his Twitter handle to share the total collection. While Tanhaji stands at Rs. 90.96 crores, Chhapaak stands at approximately Rs. 23.62 crore on Day 5 at the box-office.

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Breaking the silence over her visit, filmmaker Meghna Gulzar in a telephonic interview with PTI said, "We have to be able to separate between the personal and professional. What somebody does in their personal life and what they have done as a professional in a film needs to be looked at separately. While they are trying to separate the lens of personal and professional, if one can slightly divert the lens back to the reason why we made the film and what we are trying to talk about and bring to light... I think it is important."

(With PTI inputs)

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