Shah Rukh Khan’s blockbuster Dunkie appears to be rock solid at over 49 Crore INR (Indian Rupees) on the second day of Box Office collection.
According to Sacnilk, Dunki earned 20.5 crore on Day 2 of the Tamil movie Salaar’s release day. The total box office collection (domestic) is 49.1 crore. In terms of the global box office, the film has earned 58 crore.
Sacnilk revealed today’s morning data covering the show-wise turnout with 4.65 Crores for 3320 shows on day one, 1.80 crores for 2282 shows on day 2, and 2.22 crores for 2307 shows on day 3.
Meanwhile, Red Chillies Entertainment shared a poster of Shah Rukh Khan’s role in the film with the global box office earning 58 crores. It captioned on Instagram “Badi door se aaye the… ab lag raha hai badi door tak jayenge, aapke pyaar ke saath.”
Shah Rukh Khan’s Blockbuster Dunkie is having a good year. Following the success of Pathaan and Jawan, the Bollywood superstar returns with another cinematic masterpiece Dunki. Rajkumar Hirani directed this film and released on December 21.
In addition, Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, and Boman Irani also star in Dunki. Red Chillies Entertainment, Jio Studios, and Rajkumar Hirani have all contributed to the film’s production. Rajkumar Hirani, Abhijat Joshi, and Kanika Dhillon wrote the screenplay.
Dunkie Blockbuster Review
Sacnilk Entertainment gave a positive Dunkie review saying the early response to Dunki has been encouraging. Although the first half is supposed to be humorous, with emotional passages at the end.
While Vicky Kaushal is receiving a lot of praise for her supporting role. Looks like another Rajkumar Hirani blockbuster is working.
Film critic Saibal Chatterjee gave his Dunkie review for NDTV. He stated the persona that Shah Rukh Khan assumes in Dunki is a far cry from the men he played in his previous two releases of the year. However, he disguises himself as an idealistic troubleshooter willing to risk death and banish the cause of the truth.
Moreover, Saibal went on to say this is unmistakably a Rajkumar Hirani turn. However, it delights in seeing the comedic side of people struggling with a world where the rule book is more important than human feelings and needs.
Hence, fences built by nations place the poor, who have little access to education and wealth, at an impossible disadvantage. It leads to desperate and often fatal measures.
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