Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior box office collection Day 8: Ajay Devgn film earns Rs 128.97 crore


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Ajay Devgn’s Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior is unstoppable at the box office. Directed by Om Raut, the film is based on the life of Maratha soldier Taanaji Malusare. It also stars Kajol, Saif Ali Khan and Sharad Kelkar in pivotal roles.

Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior made Rs 61.93 crore in first three days of its release. It crossed Rs 100-crore mark on its sixth day (Wednesday). Till Thursday, the film had earned Rs 118.91 crore. The Ajay Devgn film is expected to earn Rs 150 crore by the end of this week. On Friday, the film earned Rs 10.06 crore taking the total collection to Rs 128.97 crore.

The film received mixed reviews from film critics, but the audience is loving the film as is clear from its box office collection. While a lot of controversy surrounded the film before the release of the film, it is being applauded for its CGI and storytelling.

Apart from the VFX of the film, Saif Ali Khan as Udaybhan Rathod is the highlight of Tanhaji: The Unsung Store. IndiaToday.in’s Jyoti Kanyal write, “In his anti-hero avatar, Saif yet again proves his versatility. The character is evil and blatantly unpleasant, but it also hides several layers in it. While there are several historical loopholes in this character, and his mannerisms which appear to have been influenced by Afghani culture more than Mughal, Saif Ali Khan cannot be deprived of the praise he deserves in choosing to portray such a complex character. The actor’s expressions and acting talent will make you detest Udaybhan Singh for life.”

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