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Raazi box office collection Day 10: Good score on its second weekend.

Raazi Box Office Collection Day 10
Raazi Box Office Collection Day 10

Raazi box office collection Day 10: Meghna Gulzar directorial film ‘Raazi’ received an extraordinary response from the audience and was loved by the critics alike. The film going strong at the ticket counter and has bagged a spot in the top five weekend grosser in 2018.

Raazi box office collection day 10

Alia Bhatt starrer ‘Raazi’ grossed Rs 9.45 Cr on its second weekend, the film earned Rs 78.33 Cr of total. Recently, the team celebrated the success of the film with the media. Alia took her Instagram to express her gratitude for the entire move her film has received. She posted a monochrome picture of herself clicked during the making of the film and she captioned it:

“A moment during the making of Raazi. Words can’t do justice for the gratitude we feel for all the love you’ve given our little film! Raazi is a week old & lifetime proud, but for us it’ll always be our little baby ✨.”

Raazi day wise collection

Friday (May 11)                     Rs 7.53

Saturday (May 12)                Rs 11 .30

Sunday (May 13)                   Rs 14.11

Monday (May 14)                  Rs 6.30

Tuesday (May 15)                  Rs 6.10

Wednesday (May 16)            Rs 5.90

Thursday   (May 17)               Rs 5.35

Friday (May 18)                       Rs 4.75

Saturday (May 19)                  Rs 7.54

Sunday (May 20)                     Rs 9.45

Raazi is a very different kind of film and has connected very well with the audience. The film is not only making the audience happy but also has set the cash registers ringing. Meghna Gulzar once again proved that ‘content is king’ and its leading actress Alia Bhatt proved that ‘she is the queen of acting’. She played the role of Indian Spy Sehmat and this is the one of the best role of her career. She said a dialogue in the movie which is most effective ‘Watan ke aage kuch bhi nahi, khud bhi nahi’.

More : Raazi Movie Review: A true story of an Indian spy girl story.