Dream Girl has collected Rs 52 crore in just four days.
Dream Girl, featuring Ayushmann Khurrana in a quirky role, is soaring high at the box office. After opening at a bumper Rs 10.05 crore, the Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer has collected Rs 52 crore in just four days of its release.
Sharing the box office figures of the film, film trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, ''Dream Girl consolidates and cements its status... Is a bonafide success, with Day 4 [working day] showing negligible decline [despite *lower ticket rates* on weekdays]... Fri 10.05 cr, Sat 16.42 cr, Sun 18.10 cr, Mon 7.43 cr. Total: Rs 52 cr. India biz.''
#DreamGirl consolidates and cements its status... Is a bonafide success, with Day 4 [working day] showing negligible decline [despite *lower ticket rates* on weekdays]... Fri 10.05 cr, Sat 16.42 cr, Sun 18.10 cr, Mon 7.43 cr. Total: â‚¹ 52 cr. #India biz. ðŸ‘ÂÂðŸ‘ÂÂðŸ‘ÂÂ— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) September 17, 2019
The film stars Nushrat Bharucha as the female lead along with Annu Kapoor, Manjot Singh, Nidhi Bisht, Vijay Raaz and others. The film is Ayushmann and Nushrat’s highest opener. It is Ayushmann’s second hit of the year after his last film Article 15 collected Rs 65.45 crore at the domestic box office.
In the film, Ayushmann essays the role of a young man who has a credible talent of imitating female voice and plays female characters in Ramleela. He gets a job in an adult hotline, but things go haywire when customers, both men and women, fall for his alter ego 'Pooja' and start searching for the face behind the sultry voice.
Talking about his character, Ayushmann recently said, "In our country there has been a tradition, whenever Ramleela happens, a boy becomes Sita. But we never gave this any importance. This doesn't happen anywhere but in India. I want to do films which tell our lesser talked about stories."
"The character that Raaj has written is unbelievable. I don't think I've done any film being this fearless. I've usually played in subtlety but this one is out there and a lot of fun," he added.