Published: August 20, 2018 7:16:49 am
John Abraham and Manoj Bajpayee miraculously play with Satyameva Jayate at the counter. After four days the Rs Rs has earned 46.65 crore. Released on Independence Day (August 15), the collections of Satyameva Jayate do not seem to be much influenced by the sports drama Gold by Akshay Kumar.
Satyameva Jayate revolves around a ruthless citizen Veer (John) and his sincere cop brother DCP Shivansh Rathod (Bajpayee). The Milap Milan Zaveri director has received mixed to negative reviews, with the most criticism being the excessive gore and violence.
The Indian film critic Shubhra Gupta gave a negative review to Satyameva Jayate. She said: "An effective civilian film has its guilty pleasures: who does not like it when a bad guy comes to a bad end?" But not when the plot offers creaking tropics, and revives all the forgotten abominations of these kinds of films, where you have good taste. gives in the pursuit of booze noises and whistles, there is so much grit that even hardened viewers recoil, and there is something quite gratuitous about making characters against thundering lines against people who take the law in their hands, and then show that people become burned and beaten. "
A national holiday version can give a solid start, but it does not guarantee future success. However, Satyameva Jayate is in trouble, and this may have to do with the limited possibilities that Indian film audiences currently have. After a bad phase for Bollywood who saw three pretty big releases – Mulk, Karwaan and Fanney Khan – underperforming, the Hindi film industry got his mojo back. The happiness of Satyamev Jayate should continue to rise on Sunday.
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