Satyameva Jayate Box Office Collection Day 7: John and Manoj's Film Rock Steady, Earns Rs 64.46 Crore

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Satyameva Jayate Box Office Collection Day 7: John and Manoj's Film Rock Steady, Earns Rs 64.46 Crore

Action drama Satyameva Jayate continues to impress the audience. Despite receiving negative reviews from the critics, the film has received a huge thumbs up from the audience.
Aug 22, 2018, 3:07 pm ISTNewsJhakaasMovies Staff
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John Abraham and Manoj Bajpayee starrer Satyameva Jayate has turned out to be a huge winner at the box office. After earning humongous collections in its opening weekend, the masala entertainer has managed to remain rock-steady in the weekdays. The film raked in Rs 3.79 crore yesterday and now stands with the grand total of Rs 64.46 crore. Looking at the current trend, we are expecting the film to cross Rs 75 crore by the end of its second weekend at the ticket windows. The collections of this film is quite commendable as it was clashed with Akshay Kumar Gold and faced a stiff competition from it at the box office.

Despite being an ‘A’ rated film, Satyameva Jayate has managed to get great footfalls due to massy appeal and box office friendly genre. Talking about the film, it is written and directed by Milap Milan Zaveri and produced by Nikhil Advani and Bhushan Kumar under the banners of Emmay Entertainment and T-Series. It also stars Amruta Khanvilkar and Aisha Sharma in pivotal roles.

Despite receiving negative reviews from the critics, the film has received a huge thumbs up from the audience. Our critic, Ankita Chaurasia, gave the film 2 stars and said, “If watching the baddies being beaten to a pulp and burnt at stake by a too-good-to-be-true hero is your thing then Satyameva Jayate will interest you. Otherwise it will be like traveling back in time only to land up in a theatre playing an over-the-top, cliched affair.”

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