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Bareilly ki Barfi Box Office collection upto Week 3 stands at 29.88 crore

Bareilly ki Barfi Box Office collection upto Week 3 stands at 29.88 crore
Written by Ravleen Khera

Bareilly Ki Barfi box office collection update: It is the season of small budget films raking in the moolah at the box office and Bareilly ki Barfi continues to shine in Week 3. The movie, which has been directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, has managed to collect a total of 29.88 crore as of yesterday i.e the monday after weekend 3. The film stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Kriti Sanon and Rajkumaar Rao in the lead as well as a stellar supporting cast who have managed to strike a chord with the audiences. The film opened slow initially, but the positive word of mouth helped the film’s business tremendously, so much so that the weekdays collection remained solidly steady too.

Bareilly ki Barfi earned a total of 18.72 crore in Week 1 of its release while the total for Week 2 stood at 8.30 crore. The breakdown for the box office collection of Week 3 is as follows: Friday 40 lakhs, Saturday 1 crore, Sunday 1.10 crore, Monday 36 lakhs taking the overall total box office collection to 29.88 crore at the Indian box office.

Bareilly Ki Barfi boasts of a star cast with immense talent that has impressed the audiences as well as film critics who cannot stop raving about the performances of both the male leads, Ayushmann Khurrana and the supremely versatile Rajkummar Rao who plays the unforgettable character of Preetam Vidhrohi. Movie critic and business analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted about the movie’s Week 3 box office figures stating that Bareilly Ki Barfi is indeed a ‘success story’.

Written by Shreyas Jain and Dangal director Nitesh Tiwary, who is interestingly the husband of the director of Bareilly Ki Barfi, the film scores high in all departments including the performances, dialogues as well as direction. Set in the small town of Bareilly, as the name suggests, the film follows the life of Bitti Mishra (Kriti Sanon) who is free spirited and is fed up of society dictating the terms by which a girl is supposed to lead her life Her life changes dramatically when she reads a book titled ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ that leads her to the characters of Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkumaar Rao.

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Ravleen Khera

A commerce graduate, yoga enthusiast ( certified power yoga instructor), internet/social media junkie, dog lover, coffee addict are some words that describe me. I endeavour to nurture a skill for penning down words that educate, engage, entertain and also add value to the platform my content is published on. Currently,amidst a career transition :)