Yodha Box Office Day 1 Report: Sidharth Malhotra, Raashii Khanna Film Gets Decent Start With Rs. 4.25 Cr

New Delhi: Sidharth Malhotra’s film ‘Yodha’ made a decent start in India’s box office. According to Sacnilk.com, first estimates for the action-packed movie’s opening day’s earnings in India were ₹4.25 crore nett.

Yodha box office report day 1

Yodha made Rs 3.98 crore on its first day, according to industry tracker Sacnilk (Data updated at 10 pm). On Friday, the movie’s overall Hindi occupancy was 11.72 percent. The cities with the highest occupancy rates were Hyderabad, Jaipur, and Chennai.

Sagar Ambre and Pushkar Ojha have directed  ‘Yodha’. It is their debut directorial.

‘Shaitaan’ box office

‘Shaitaan’, starring Ajay Devgn, R Madhavan, and Jyotika, is a fierce rival to ‘Yodha’. After one week in cinemas, ‘Shaitaan’ brought in Rs 4.61 crore on Friday. ‘Shaitaan’ has so far amassed Rs 84.36 crore in collection in India.

Raashii Khanna and Disha Patani play major roles in the movie as well. The film is an intense action thriller that follows Arun Katyal, the commander of the Yodha Task Force, an elite force, on an exciting rescue mission.

Hiroo Yash Johar, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Shashank Khaitan  have produced ‘Yodha’.

Also Read: Yodha Movie Review

As per ABP Live’s review of ‘Yodha’, “’Yodha’ is a true blue entertainer with its flawless portrayal of a country in the throes of chaos. It gets some brownie points for having a fast-paced narrative that doesn’t slow down after the intermission. This cutting-edge action thriller has some slick action sequences, particularly the hand-to-hand combat scenes, and lightning-fast lens work makes it stand out. The ones performed inside an airplane’s enclosed space are undoubtedly well-choreographed, barring them from feeling overwrought.”

Sidharth Malhotra was recently in Delhi to promote ‘Yodha’. He stated during the occasion, “Yodha is a completely fictitious story. We have created a new task force – Yodha. So when you create something from zero, then you can take a lot of liberties. We have done many variations in the film and also the action I got to perform is very different from Shershaah. Here I am more energetic, and lean, and use different sorts of weapons. It is a far more commercial and entertaining film. I think it has got my best of action sequences that I have done in last decade or so.”

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