Article 15 Box Office Collection Day 1: Ayushmann Khurrana's movie gets a decent kick start

Ayushmann Khurrana's film Article 15 sets off to a decent start and with the rave reviews pouring in, the movie is expected to do well in the days to come.
Article 15 Box Office Collection  Day 1: Ayushmann Khurrana's movie gets a decent kick start Article 15 Box Office Day 1 occupancy: Ayushmann Khurrana's movie gets a decent kick start
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Ayushmann Khurrana has had quite the box office successes in the form of Andhadhun and Badhai Ho. With yet another film that is associated with a cause, the actor has returned to the screen with Article 15, helmed by Anubhav Sinha. The movie has gotten critical reviews and even the fans have been going gaga over how the movie has a message to give out and it successfully does so. Everything has now transpired into the occupancy rather decently given the numbers.

Since the movie isn't a chick flick and deals with a social issue, the numbers were never supposed to be huge, but, given how he has had a great run, the movie has a 10 to 15 percent opening as far as the morning shows are concerned. In the hindsight, the movie has received a better opening than Andhadhun, and so, we can assume that great things are in store, and who knows, this could be yet another sleeper success for the actor?



Thank you for the love. #Article15 on 28th June.

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The actor also recently said how he wants the movie to be declared tax free. He said, "I definitely feel that this film should be declared as a tax-free film because it is necessary that this film should reach every part of the country. It’s not a comedy or an entertaining film. It is based on a vital subject, so it should reach a maximum number of people.”


Saw it today - stunning! Must watch for every Indian.
Go watch INDIA

10-15 is good when the film is good enough to pick up. This won't. A disaster.

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