Akshay and Tapsee starrer film ‘Naam Shabana’ witnesses a little growth at day 2 after earning Rs 6.37 crore.
On opening day the film received a so-so type response from the viewers. After the theatrical release on Friday, it has seen a healthy growth in its day 2 collections.
‘Naam Shabana’ a movie helmed by Shivam Nair has made a collection of Rs 5.12 crore on its opening day which was really disappointing. The film was expecting some good response from the viewers.
Famous critic and biz analyst Taran Adarsh took to twitter and tweeted “#NaamShabana witnessed healthy 24.41% growth on Sat… Sun biz is crucial… Fri 5.12 cr, Sat 6.37 cr. Total: Rs 11.49 cr. India biz”
In his another tweet he wrote, “#NaamShabana witnessed healthy 24.41% growth on Sat… Sun biz is crucial… Fri 5.12 cr, Sat 6.37 cr. Total: ₹ 11.49 cr. India biz.”
The film also starring Anupam Kher, Manoj Bajpayee, Danny Denzongpa and Prithviraj Sukumaran ‘Naam Shabana’ which was seeming apparently a flop after its opening day collection is now giving a ray of hope.
Interestingly, the movie happens to be an instalment of Akshay Kumar’s 2015 hit Baby, in which Taapsee featured as Shabana.
Meanwhile, actor Akshay Kumar, who is trained in martial arts, says that girls should not panic if touched inappropriate way with bad intention. They should instead fight back. Akshay, along with his Naam Shabana co-actors Taapsee Pannu and Manoj Bajpayee have visited Delhi’s Gargi College last week. Akshay spoke extensively about the importance of women to know self-defence techniques. “In our country, I believe, girls should not learn martial arts or self-defence because I feel they should be free to walk anywhere, anytime, anyplace. But unfortunately, because of some dirty people they have to learn self-defence,” Akshay stated to the reporters.
“I am running a school in Mumbai and I want to open one school here in Delhi but I don’t know when it will happen. I just want to tell you one thing, if a guy touches you, then don’t panic, in fact, hit him back and run,” he added.