Sam Bahadur “Stands On Its Feet Despite A Hurricane Called Animal” is the third day’s box office collection

Animal by Sandeep Reddy Vanga is giving real competition to Meghana Gulzar’s Sam Bahadur at the box office.

At the movie office, Vicky Kaushal’s Sam Bahadur is starting to gather steam. Trade expert Taran Adarsh claims that “#SamBahadur remains upright, even in the face of a cyclone named #Animal. Riding on positive word-of-mouth, the business observed a rise on Days 2 and 3 of day-wise growth, primarily at important metros. Sat 9.30 cr, Sun 10.30 cr, Fri 6.25 cr. A total of 25.55 crores rupees. Business in India. Check out his post that’s underneath. 

Bollywood trade expert Taran Adarsh said on Sunday regarding Sam Bahadur’s increasing box office momentum: “Sam Bahadur rises on Day 2 [Saturday], with key metros posting fantastic footfalls… It is likely that Day 3 [Sunday] will see a higher total. ₹ 6.25 crore on Friday and ₹ 9 crore on Saturday. 15.25 crore rupees in total. Business in India. Tomorrow is the true test, the crucial Day 4 [Mon]… To make an impact, it must remain steadfast in its highest-performing centres.” Fans and critics of films alike are praising Sam Bahadur. Saibal Chatterjee gave the movie 3.5 stars and stated in his NDTV review that it “has its share of ellipses” as it jumps around in time, from the early 1940s (when Japanese soldiers march into Burma) to the early 1970s (when the Indian Army enters Bangladesh’s war of liberation. However obvious the gaps may seem, they do not limit the scope of the engrossing story. The screenwriters have skillfully added just the right amount of narrative depth to the streamlined plot to fully honour the eminent general whose career is examined within the framework of the country’s turbulent pre- and post-independence history.

The biography of Sam Manekshaw, the first Field Marshal of India, is called Sam Bahadur. Apart from winning over Bollywood fans, Maja Daruwala, Sam Manekshaw’s daughter, was moved to tears by the movie. Maja Daruwala, Vicky Kaushal, and director Meghna Gulzar attended The Indian Express’s Adda event. “They have made the film to make the country proud of whatever it was,” she said at the event. However, the last two seconds of the movie, when you turn to smile at the audience, are the part that always makes me cry. I’ve seen the movie twice, and each time I’ve cried. It always makes me laugh so hard.” A fan page on Twitter recorded and posted the touching event.

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