Madaari is a small budget film directed by Nishikant Kamat. Irrfan Khan is the man everyone will look for in the movie. The trailer already has showcased what the film is all about. From the trailer, it is evident that Irrfan is a common man who kidnaps Home Minister’s son to show that how power and corruption rule the government. So did audience enjoy the film? What were the opening day collections? Take a look.
Madari screen count is drastically low when compared to that of Sultan and Kabali. As a result, the occupancy was also small. The movie got an occupancy of 30% on Friday which is quite low as the makers expected they would at least get 50-70% on opening. Madari bagged around 5 crores approx on day 1. This includes both the domestic and overseas box office collections.
Madaari released across India on 1,000 screens. The collections of the film took a heavy beating from the Kabali wave, which kept viewers occupied this weekend. To no one’s surprise, the slow-paced, socio-political drama failed to hold on its own in the clash with the Rajinikanth film, which has collected approximately Rs 48 crore on the same day. On the other hand, Salman Khan’s Sultan finally slowed down on its third Friday as the film raked in Rs 2.30 crore – taking the 17-day total to approximately Rs 280 crore.
Irrfan Khan had lost his son and for that he blaim the whole government system and then after few days he had kidnapped the son of Home Minister. Madaari is released on 22nd July 2016 means yesterday it is on the big screens and have a good response from the audience. Along with it Madaari is in a very tough competition with the recently released film of superstar Rajnikanth’s Kabali. It is going so good on the box office and really appreciated by the audience.