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Andhadhun Box-Office Day 1 Collection: Ayushmann Khurrana's role as a blind pianist is amusing and impressed the Twitterati; here's how much the masterpiece collected

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 6 October 2018, 12:14 IST

Ayushmann Khurrana knows for his unconventional films choice in Bollywood industry. His recent flick Andhadhun is also following the same tradition likewise his previous films. The film starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Radhika Apte and Tabu directed by Sriram Raghavan, in an interesting role that you have never seen before. The film has already released on Friday and giving a good competition to Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and debutante Warina Hussain film LoveYatri.

Ayushmann’s film is getting a good response and everyone has appreciated his character as a blind pianist. The suspense thriller film revolves around the blind pianist who finds himself in mysterious circumstances.

The film is receiving the positive response from left and right directions, even the critics have also applauded the concept.

On the other hand, LoveYatri, a celebratory film revolves around a love story between Aayush and Warina, which started during the Navratri festival. However, both the films belong to the different genre.

Now, it will interesting to see that which film will work well at Box Office, Andhadhun or LoveYatri?

However, Andhadhun is doing well till now, even on social media, the film is getting good reactions.

Twitterati called the film as 'one of the most original masterpieces to come out of Indian cinema.'

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Film critics has also given 3.5 stars to Ayushmann's film and now wait for it's first day Box Office Collection. 

We also advise you to watch the film in theatre and don't give your contribution in promoting piracy in the county.

Stay tuned with us for more filmy updates...

 

Also read: Pataakha Movie Review: Vishal Bhardwaj's film says, 'You can hate your siblings but you can't live without them'

First published: 6 October 2018, 11:50 IST
 
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