By FF Network
Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff starrer movie recorded the highest opening collection for a Hindi movie. The film earned an enormous amount of ₹51.50 crore on its first day. The film released on 2nd October, Gandhi Jayanti and it seemed that the film has made the most out of the holiday.
War is a spy action thriller film which has some jaw dropping action sequences between Hrithik and Tiger which is choreographed by international stunt directors Paul Jennings and Jack Reacher who are also famous for choreographing The Darl Knight’s action scenes.
The audience are definitely loving the film and despite a weekday release, War is going on stronger. Even the release of Joker and Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy doesn’t seem to have any effect on it.
War has recorded the highest collection in a single day for a Hindi movie only to be second to the Hollywood film Avengers: Endgame which opened to ₹53 crore.
The movie will easily break any record which comes in its way if it runs in this pace and this film has also recorded the highest occupancy in Tiger’s career and is the seventh-highest for Hrithik, amassing a bumper occupancy opening of 70 percent. Filmi Files is the best stop to take a sneek peek about the latest tinsel news and happenings.
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