Alia Bhatt and Raazi – A combo Bollywood rarely witness these days. But 2018 has been an amazing year for Bollywood releases, Akshay Kumar’s PadMan, Ajay Devgn’s Raid, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Hichki, 102 Not Out and now Raazi; it’s been a dream run at the box office.

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Raazi till now has collected 82.03 crores at the box office and has been continuing its golden run. It collected 3.70 crores on its 2nd day which is a very good number for a movie such as this. The movie has grown entirely on the superb word of mouth and has been trending well since day 1.

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The cost of the movie (including print and advertisement) is 30 crores which takes it return of investment to 52.03 crores. The ROI % of the film stands at 173.43%.

Here’s how we calculate Profit Percentage:
Collections – Budget = ROI
ROI/Budget*100 = ROI%

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Raazi has beaten Akshay Kumar’s PadMan (113.37 %), Ajay Devgn’s Raid (111.54 %) and Ranu Mukerji’s Hichki (130.85 %) in the list of most profitable movies of 2018.

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RankCost*LifetimeROIROI %Verdict
1.Stree20.00129.67109.67548.35%Super-Duper Hit
2.Badhaai Ho22.00136.80114.80521.81%Super-Duper Hit
3.Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety24.00108.46 84.71352.95%Super-Duper Hit
4. Sanju80.00341.22261.22326.52%Super-Duper Hit
5. Raazi30.00123.1793.17310.56%Super-Duper Hit
6.AndhaDhun20.0072.5052.50262.50%Super-Hit
7.Simmba80.00240.22160.22200.27%Super-Duper Hit
8.Baaghi 260.00165.00105.00175.00%Super-Hit
9.KGF - Chapter 1 (Hindi)16.0043.9327.93174.56%Super-Hit
10.2.0 (Hindi)75.00188.00113.00150.66%Super-Hit
11. Hichki20.0046.1726.17130.85%Hit
12.Veere Di Wedding35.0080.2345.23129.22%Hit
13.Satyameva Jayate40.0088.1549.05120.62%Hit
14.Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran30 .0065.3635.36117.86%Hit
15.Sui Dhaaga37.0079.0242.02113.56%Hit
16. PadMan37.0078.9541.95113.37%Hit
17.Raid48.00101.5453.54111.54%Hit
18.Dhadak35.0071.9236.92105.48%Hit

When asked why Meghna as a director, unlike other filmmakers, opted not to show the Pakistanis in bad light, she said: “Because they are human too, they are just like us. And to shows ourselves good we don’t have to show others bad or evil.”

Based on Harinder Sikka’s book Calling Sehmat, the story of Raazi revolves around a young Kashmiri girl who gets married to a Pakistani Army officer and becomes a spy to give inside information about the neighbouring country to protect her own.

Alia Bhatt plays Sehmat in the film while Vicky Kaushal essays the Pakistani officer’s role.


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