Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Anek has not been acquired in addition to the makers would have favored, each critically and on the field workplace. The movie has registered actually low opening numbers on the field workplace. As per commerce analyst Taran Adarsh, the Anubhav Sinha directorial has earned Rs 2.11 crore on the field workplace. “#Anek is poor on Day 1… The place to begin was extraordinarily low, though the biz did enhance in direction of night… Biz on Day 2 and three most vital… Fri ₹ 2.11 cr. #India biz,” his tweet learn.
It appears to be like just like the movie is going through robust competitors from Hollywood launch High Gun: Maverick, which stars Tom Cruise within the lead function, and Kartik Aaryan’s Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. The Anees Bazmee horror comedy, in the meantime, continues to stay the best choice for moviegoers, which marks its entry into its second weekend. The movie is inching nearer to Rs 100 crore mark on the field workplace.
#Anek is poor on Day 1… The place to begin was extraordinarily low, though the biz did enhance in direction of night… Biz on Day 2 and three most vital… Fri ₹ 2.11 cr. #India biz. pic.twitter.com/F6nC2NfTrc
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) Might 28, 2022
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That is the bottom that an Ayushmann Khurrana movie has earned lately. The actor, who has given hits comparable to Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Bala, Dream Lady, and Badhaai Ho in pre-pandemic instances, has failed to tug audiences to cinema halls within the post-pandemic period. His final launch Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui, which hit the theaters in December 2021, additionally managed to mint solely Rs 3.75 crore on its opening day.
Anek has acquired a combined response from movie critics. The Indian Specific’ Shubhra Gupta have the film a 2.5-star score. In her evaluate, she wrote, “Ayushmann Khurrana and the movie keep woolly, being cautious to remain in the course of the while-on-the-one-side, but-also tightrope. Anubhav Sinha dips his toe into comparatively unexplored territory, with combined outcomes.”