RAW Box Office Collection Day 1: John Abraham Starrer Off To A Slow Start

Apr 06, 2019 Vinod Gupta
RAW Box Office Collection Day 1: John Abraham Starrer Off To A Slow Start
John Abraham most current movie Romeo Akbar Walter, which was launched the other day, is inspired by a real story in 1971. According to records, the film signed up 10 to 15 percent occupancy in morning shows on Day 1, which indicates an underwhelming beginning.
Romeo Akbar Walter is composed and directed by Robbie Grewal. The movie focuses on an Indian Representative that goes covert amidst the increasing stress in between India and also Pakistan.
According to trade expert Girish Johar, the movie is expected to make Rs 6-6.5 crore on day 1 of its release.
Girish Johar previously informed a daily, "John chooses his films really carefully due to the fact that he doesn't want to disappoint his followers. Whatever selections he has actually made, all have been excellent. With RAW also, whatever promotional material we have actually seen is impressive. The film is based upon an Indian spy working in Pakistan and from the looks of it, it looks fascinating in addition to a thrilling flight at the box workplace. I am anticipating a good beginning for the movie. I fix its day one ticket office collection around Rs 6-6.5 crore."
Romeo Akbar Walter stopped working to thrill India Today critic Charu Thakur as she called the film, "The two-and-a-half hour long yawn fest routed by Robbie Grewal."
John as well was disappointing in the movie as our evaluation read, "If the slow speed of the movie plays a spoiler, John Abraham's wood expression includes in the 144-minute lengthy injury. Despite lots of close-up shots, it's tough to find a speck of expression on John's face in this movie."
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