Gold Box Office: After Raees and Fukrey, Excel Entertainment marks a hat-trick of 100 Crores films with Akshay Kumar starrer Gold. With quality content, fresh perspectives, and consistent good stories, Akshay Kumar scored another century with his recently released Gold. The movie started on an amazing note but somewhere down the line it lost the opening touch.
Akshay Kumar marked his debut association with Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar’s Excel Entertainment for the first time with Gold. With 25.25 crores collection on Day 1, Excel Entertainment’s Gold has also emerged to be Akshay Kumar’s biggest opening till date.
The movie has beaten Baby in the list of Akshay Kumar’s highest grossing movies. 2015’s Neeraj Pandey’s espionage thriller Baby had collected 95.60 crores. Gold at present stands at the total collections of 99 crores.
In sync with the patriotic spirit of Independence Day, Gold‘s release on the National festival proved to be a perfect treat for the audience.
Gold showcases the dream of Tapan Das played by Akshay Kumar, who wishes to win India’s first gold medal in hockey as an independent nation. He coaches the team for the 1948 Olympics in London, inspiring the athletes to make a mark against the British on their own turf. Subsequently, India won the gold medal on August 12, 1948.
Take a look at Akshay Kumar’s Highest Grossing Films Of All Time List:
|Toilet: Ek Prem Katha||2017||133.60Cr|
|Rowdy Rathore||2012||131.00 Cr|
|Jolly LLB 2||2017||117.00 Cr|
|Housefull 2||2012||114.00 Cr|
|Housefull 3||2016||107.70 Cr|
The film has been shot across the UK and India, capturing the fascinating aspects of the pre-independent era.
Gold not only marks the first ever association between Akshay Kumar and Excel Entertainment led by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar but also is the debut of TV sensation Mouni Roy.
Starring Akshay Kumar, Mouni Roy, Kunal Kapoor, Amit Sadh, Vineet Singh and Sunny Kaushal, Gold provided a power-packed performance by the ensemble actors.
Gold is produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar, helmed by Reema Kagti.