‘WAR’ smashes Day 1 opening numbers done by any Bollywood movie EVER!!

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Siddharth Anand’s directorial movie ‘War’ has grossed over Rs. 50 crore on the opening day, making it the fir Bollywood movie ever to pull off such a feat.

According to the repost shared by Boxofficeindia.com, the film made around Rs. 22 crore on Thursday, which was a drop of around 55%-60% which is a commonly seen on a working day after a national holiday. The films has bagged a total of Rs. 74 crore in these two days alone.

The only other movie with which these numbers can be compared is Salman Khan starrer ‘Ek The Tiger’ in 2012, which too saw a drop of 55% on the second day. Hrithik and Tiger starrer movie ‘War’ released on over 3800 screens in Hindi and was released in English and Telugu language too. It is estimated that even after another drop in collection on Friday, the film will pick up the pace on Saturday and Sunday and will deliver huge numbers. The movie is expected to stay on until Diwali.

Directed by Siddharth Anand, ‘War’ also have stars like Vaani Kapoor and Ashutosh Rana playing key roles. The movie revolves around agent Khalid which is played by Tiger Shroff who is on a pursuit to catch and hunt his mentor Kabir which is played by everybody’s favourite Hrithik Roshan.

The film have a lot of breath-taking action sequences choreographed by both Indian and international stunts directors; Paul Jennings who have also worked in movie like ‘The Dark Knight’ and ‘Jack Reacher’; SeaYoung Oh who have movies like in her bag ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and ‘snowpiercer’; Franz Spilhaus who worked on movie like ‘Death Race’ and ‘Safe House’ and Parvez Shaikh who have worked on Bollywood movies like ‘Mary kom’ and ‘Kesari’.

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