Box Office Collection Kabir Singh, Shahid Kapoor’s Film Enters 100 Crore Club
Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani's Kabir Singh is unstoppable at the box office. The film has entered the Rs 100-crore club within five days of its release
Sandeep Reddy Vanga's Kabir Singh may have welcomed the fury of faultfinders for glamourising misogyny but the film is concocting a tempest in the cinematic world. Regardless of negative reviews, Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani's film has crossed the Rs 100-crore mark. In the wake of intersecting the Rs 70-crore mark in its opening end of the week, Kabir Singh has now entered the Rs 100-crore club inside five days of its release, according to a foreign media outlet. Kabir Singh, which finished the Monday test without a hitch following an awesome opening end of the week, has now crossed the Rs 100-crore mark. Shahid and Kiara's film earned Rs 16.53 crore on Tuesday, accordingly taking the all-out gathering to Rs 104.90 crore.
Being shown in 3123 screens crosswise over India, Kabir Singh is going solid at single screens. It is a Hindi revamp of Telugu film Arjun Reddy, and has risen as the fourth greatest Hindi opener at the household film industry this year. Shahid and Kiara are beyond happy after the enormous achievement of their film. Truth be told, the Kaminey on-screen character took to Instagram to impart a cheerful picture to Kiara and executive Sandeep Reddy Vanga to commend the opening end of the week gathering. While Kabir Singh is declining to moderate in the cinema world, the film has been pummeled by pundits for its dangerous manliness.
Giving the film 1.5 out of 5 stars, a commentator belonging to a foreign media outlet, Ananya Bhattacharya stated, "Kabir Singh spends 120 minutes of its 154 in showing Kabir either drinking or drunk or snorting cocaine or needling in morphine or fighting with people or, slapping his girlfriend or screaming at her. Or making out. In the remaining 24 minutes, his repentance is done with, and we all go home with a happy ending. If you think it is okay, if you think it is justified because 'movie hai yaar, it's not real life', you are part of the problem. Misogyny is not cool. Neither is Kabir Singh."