Article 370, Yami Gautam’s latest Bollywood film, passed the Monday test and brought in ₹3.25 crore net at the box office. Both reviewers and viewers have praised the film, which was directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale and produced by B62 Studios and Jio Studios.

On February 23, the film debuted with ₹5.9 crore in net receipts. Strong word-of-mouth helped the film open to fantastic numbers over the weekend. The film’s net earnings on Saturday were ₹7.4 crore. It then completed ₹9.6 crore net business on Sunday. In India, the film has earned ₹26.15 crore in net revenue thus far.

Article 370 has made ₹31.8 crore so far, with ₹5 crore coming from overseas and ₹26.8 crore from the India gross box office.

Since the movie was reportedly only made with ₹20 crore, the numbers are extremely impressive. Aditya Dhar, the director of Uri: The Surgical Strike and husband of Yami Gautam, is one of the producers of the film.

The film is currently encountering difficulties overseas due to its prohibition in Gulf nations. The reason why the film Fighter, starring Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone, was earlier banned in the Gulf countries—aside from the United Arab Emirates—has not yet been revealed by the authorities. India-Pakistan border issues are the subject of both films.

Crakk versus Article 370

In contrast to Crakk, Yami Gautam’s most recent film is winning. After spending an estimated ₹45 crore, Vidyut Jamwal’s latest action thriller brought in ₹9.72 crore net in India and ₹3 crore abroad. By comparison, Crakk has made ₹12.95 crore against ₹31.8 crore under Article 370.

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