The Nushrratt Bharuccha-starrer Janhit Mein Jaari, a movie a few lady who takes up the difficult job of promoting condoms in a small city in Madhya Pradesh, launched in theatres on June 10. While the movie opened to blended critiques, it has not been in a position to pull the audiences to cinema halls, and is poised to be one of many largest flops of the 12 months.
The movie has taken a dismal opening on the field workplace throughout India. Early estimates recommend that the social comedy opened within the vary of Rs 20 to Rs 30 lakh on day one. The official numbers shared by the movie’s staff state that the film attracted roughly 50,000 viewers into theatres on the primary day. The worldwide collections stand at Rs 56.70 lakh (gross).
According to a report in Bollywood Hungama, the movie opened fairly poorly throughout the nation, and identical to Akshay Kumar’s Samrat Prithviraj the week earlier than, suffered the cancellation of a number of reveals attributable to a poor footfall. Some reveals reportedly attracted audiences within the single digits. Nushrratt’s movie can also be going through stiff competitors from Jurassic World Dominion, which appears to be a favorite amongst moviegoers, and has made Rs 8 crore thus far.
Trade consultants predict that the opening weekend of Janhit Mein Jaari will likely be round a crore, with lifetime complete underneath Rs 2 crore.
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In her evaluate of the movie, Indian Express movie critic Shubhra Gupta wrote, “What makes this film, at least its first half, such good fun is the writing. It’s light and funny, and the characters do their job well, as we see the Bollywood small town (clearly, Chanderi in MP is the new ‘It’ town) in throes of a ‘sasur-bahu’ saga. Manokamna’s parents’ home is dubbed Condom Niwas, the father-in-law goes blue in the face when he discovers the true nature of his ‘kamaau bahu’s (earning daughter-in-law) job, the husband is more a dutiful son than a supportive husband, and barbs fly thick and fast,” giving the movie two and a half star ranking.