Alia Bhatt's Raazi has done an impressive business of Rs 39.24 crore in just four days at the box office. Looking at the current scenario, we are expecting the film to collect between Rs 5 to 6 crore today at the ticket windows. With this total, the film will surpass the lifetime collections of Shaandaar (Rs 43 crore) to become Alia Bhatt's eighth highest grosser of all time. Raazi will achieve this feat in 5 days which is commendable for a film which has limited appeal among the audience.
By its second weekend, it will also cross the business of Udta Punjab (Rs 60 crore) to grab the seventh position in the list. Though it'll be interesting to see whether it will cross Dear Zindagi (Rs 68 crore) or not as Deadpool 2 will give stiff competition at the box office. Released in approximately 2000 screens, Raazi performed extremely well in the multiplexes in the metro cities especially in the circuits of Mumbai and Delhi. Lead actress Alia Bhatt is on cloud nine with the stupendous success and positive response from the audience. She said, “We were proud of the film but the kind of unanimous reaction we are getting for the film is amazing. We all are pleasantly shocked. I am really happy, especially for Meghna Gulzar (director) because I think she hasn’t slept for God knows how many months.
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She further added, “She (Meghna Gulzar) was so nervous before the release of the film but the audience has given so much love that we are so grateful. Some people were crying after watching the film and I feel really happy when I make people cry through my films. Then I feel we have done our job.” Raazi received rave reviews across the globe especially for its riveting plot and extraordinary star performances. Our critic, Ankita Chaurasia gave the film four stars and said, “Do yourself a favour and go watch Raazi. It is one of those rare films that not only make an impact but also stay with you for a long, long time.”