Ayushman Khurana and Sanya Malhotra’s film Congratulations have done amazing at the box office. After the first explosion on the first day, the film brought a storm of earning on the second day and the earnings crossed the 18 crore mark.
Amit Rabindranath Sharma, directed by Amit Rabindranath Sharma, which was released on Thursday, October 18 instead of regular Friday at the box office, has collected 11.67 million rupees on the domestic box office on the second day of its release. The film had got opening from Rs 7 crore 29 lakh and now the collection has become Rs 18 crore 96 lakh in two days.
Congratulations can be considered as a shorthaat hit because even after Friday, when Dusshera was not discharged in some parts of the country, the film bounced nearly 60 per cent. In many parts of the country on October 18, the Dussehra was a holiday and the rest 19. The film got a four-day (Thursday or Friday) holiday, and it is believed that the film will do a tremendous collection on Saturday and Sunday.
Congratulation is a family drama drama and the story is completely different, in which a boy looking at the path of his marriage finds that his parents are going to be their parents again, that is, a mother is pregnant. The boy’s role has been done by Ayushman Khurana, while the mother is Nina Gupta. The riot will be Sanya Malhotra Ayushman’s Lady Love. Gajraj Rao has played the role of father.
In this story between congratulations, shame and reality, people are claiming to laugh a lot. The cost of making this film is Rs. 25 crores, including Rs. 7 crores of publicity. The film was released in more than 1000 screens throughout the country.The eras of Khurana are doing well in the market these days. His last film, Anhadhun, had opted for Rs 20 crore, but later he crossed the 50 crores figure.
The last film of Ayushman Khurana, Shubhad Mangal Suraksha, collected the collection of Rs.27.17 million on the first day. Bareilly’s Barfi got the opening of Rs.22.24 million, this is Sanya Malhotra’s third film. His last film, Patakka, collected only Rs 80 lakh on the first day