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Mr and Mrs Mahi Box Office Collection Day 4: Rajkumar Rao  And  Janhvi Kapoor Starrer Film Mints Over Rs.20 Crore In India

Mr and Mrs Mahi is a romantic drama. Actors Rajkumar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor are the leads of the film. The film has managed to earn over Rs.20 crore in India on its day 4 of release.

Mr and Mrs Mahi has been helmed by filmmaker Sharan Sharma and is backed by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. The film had a decent opening but has reported that the film had to face a dip on the day 4 but it has somehow managed to cross the verge of Rs20 crore at the box office.

On Monday the film has minted about Rs.2.15 crore net. On the day of the release the film has had the highest so far which is Rs.4.6 crore net. On Satuday the fil minted Rs.5.5 crore. Finally after four days the earnings of the film is of roughly Rs. 19 crore.

The movie is the second collaboration between the actor Janhvi and Rajkumar. Previously they were seen together in the film Roohi (2020). Filmmaker Sharmin Sharma and Janhvi are also collaboratimg for the second time after Gunjan Saxena: The CargilGirl (2020). Also Read – Mr and Mrs Mahi: Trailer Release of the Film Starring Rajkummar Rao & Janhvi Kapoor Exclusively on This Platform!

An excerpt of the Hindustan Times’ review read, “Janhvi looks very one-dimensional throughout the film. If anything, it’s her scenes with Rajkummar that lift her performance. Together as a pair, the two had a refreshing chemistry, and I wish the director played on that bit a little more. Soon after their wedding and following a funny first night, romance sparks between them, but it vanishes all too quickly. And honestly, that’s exactly the level of interest you’d have in the film; it vanishes before you even know it. Mr. & Mrs. Mahi is a one-time watch for its earnest performances, but the film is devoid of a superlative script or wow moments. It’s an ambitious sports film that tries to make a point, but sadly misses the shot. I wish at least in the title, Mrs came before Mr and we could have then celebrated women in cricket a little more.”

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