Shahid Kapoor With Kabir Singh Breaks Salman Khan's Record At Box Office, Film Nears 100 Crore Mark
Bollywood Actor Shahid Kapoor's most recent release Kabir Singh has defied brutal criticism to emerge as the biggest solo hit of the actor's career. The film added approximately Rs 17 crore to its collection on Monday, taking its four-day aggregate to Rs 87 crore, as indicated by Box Office India.
Kabir Singh is a remake of the 2017 Telugu hit Arjun Reddy played by Vijay Deverakonda, broke the record for the biggest Sunday number of 2019. It made close to Rs 28 crore, nearly Rs 2 crore more than the previous record, set by Salman Khan's Bharat. As per Box Office India, this demonstrates ubiquity among the mass centres of the country. Referring to past examples, such as Total Dhamaal and Bharat, the report noticed that each of those movies noticed an uptick in numbers on Sunday. The film is expected to cross the Rs 100 crore mark in only five days.
Kabir Singh made Rs 20 crore on Friday, Rs 22 crore on Saturday and Rs 27.7 crore on Sunday. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh noticed that Kabir Singh's success is particularly significant as it challenged a few mishaps. There was no hike in ticket prices, which is normal among the bigger releases. It was confronting an enormous basic kickback, and it was released in a non- holiday window. Regardless of this, it has enrolled the most elevated Monday figures for a normally valued film. The previous best was Sultan, which made Rs 15 crore on Monday in 2016.
Kabir Singh, regardless of its terrible reviews, has officially beaten lifetime earning of previous Shahid movies, such as R Rajkumar, Haider, Shaandaar, Kaminey and Batti Gul Meter Chalu. Shahid's biggest hit is Padmaavat, despite the fact that he was dominated by Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, as per most reviews.
According to the media survey of Kabir Singh, granting the film one-and-a-half stars out of five, noticed that "Kabir Singh cheers its terrible protagonist, and winds up an unpalatable celebration of poisonous manliness."