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Bastar the Naxal Story Box Office Collection Day 4: Adah Sharma Fails to Pass the Crucial Monday Test; Earns Only Rs. 24 Lakh!

Filmmaker Sudipto Sen’s Bastar performed a little better over the weekend but saw a major drop on first Monday by earning only Rs. 24 Lakh.

Bastar The Naxal Story box office collection day 4 : The film earned Rs. 2.24 crore in India, so far. Reported by, the film has collected just over Rs. 2 crore nett in India since its release on Friday.

Sudipto Sen’s Bastar movie is having a tough time at the box office. It saw a slight jump on the third day. On day 1(Friday) the film earned Rs.40 Lakh. Day 2(Saturday) the film witnessed Rs.75 Lakh and Rs. 85 Lakh on Sunday day 3. Fourth day(Monday). The film has earned Rs.2.24 crore nett in India so far.

Sudipto Sen’s previous film The Kerala Story faced huge criticism for having a biased message despite it did amazing at the box office but Bastar : The Naxal Story is dealing with it’s own issues.

Bastar : The Naxal Story is based on real-life events that surrounds Naxalism in the Bastar region of Chattisgarh. Adah Sharma plays the role of an IPS officer in the movie. The film is produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah. This trio was last seen together on The Kerala Story.

Vipul in an interview said to PTI, “We didn’t want to get into politics. We want to explore human tragedy. All politics is on one side and real sufferers are common people. When will their pain come out in front of people? We usually swear at politicians and leave the issue but this real human tragedy needs to come forward. “He also added; “Whatever documents they (CBFC) asked for, we provided and gave every evidence. After scrutinising it, they called the experts. When the screening committee saw the film, they cleared the film after awarding ‘adult’ film certificate with some changes,”
Vipul Amruthlal Shah also praised the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and cleared the movie with an ‘A’ certificate.

He also said , “Usually, there is a belief that the censor will stop such films but the board has very efficiently walked with us in this process. There were some things which could have been better. Still, I feel they did a terrific job.”

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