Dhokha Round D Corner box office collection day 1: R Madhavan, Aparshakti Khurana’s film is off to a slow start


Dhokha Round D Corner has taken a slow start at the box office. The film is directed by Kookie Gulati.

Nirali Kanabar

Mumbai,UPDATED: Sep 24, 2022 09:49 IST

Dhokha Round D Corner box office collection day 1: R Madhavan, Aparshakti Khurana's film is off to a slow start

Dhokha Round D Corner box office collection day 1.

By Nirali Kanabar: Kookie Gulati’s Dhokha Round D Corner released on September 23 and clashed with Chup at the box office. The film featured R Madhavan, Khushalii Kumar, Darshan Kumaar and Aparshakti Khurana. The film hit the big screen on National Cinema Day and benfited due to the same. As per early trade estimates, the movie got a slow start at the box office. Despite the low ticket prices, Dhokha Round D Corner couldn’t fare extremely well at the box office on day one.

DHOKHA ROUND D CORNER BOX OFFICE COLLECTION

Dhokha Round D Corner was touted to be an edge-of-the-seat thriller. However, the film opened to a mixed response from the critics and audience alike. According to the Box Office India report, the R Madhavan and Aparshakti Khurana film is likely to collect Rs 1 crore on its first day at BO.

Earlier, in an exclusive interview with IndiaToday.in, Kookie revealed if he was worried about Dhokha’s release at a time when Hindi films aren’t working at the box office. To which, he said, “Oh, not at all! I think the space that we are in right now is the space where people are recognising content. And I don’t think I could have come at a better time [than this].”

DHOKHA ROUND D CORNER REVIEW

IndiaToday.in film reviewer Grace Cyril recently watched Dhokha Round D Corner. In her 2.5 star review, she mentioned, “Dhokha quickly becomes monotonous and repetitive with predictable twists. However, it picks up pace in the second half. The big plot twist is noteworthy, but may appeal only to viewers unfamiliar with the genre. The characters and backstories are not developed enough to be convincing, especially in Sanchi’s case. The audience only has her husband and psychiatrists word about her condition, but Sanchi has no say.”



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