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Jahnavi Kapoor and Ishaan Khattar’s movie ‘Dhadk’ have been made in the budget of Rs.50 crores. The film has earned Rs 33.67 crore in three days.
Jahnavi Kapoor’s debut film Dhadak has made Tehelka at the box office as soon as she arrives. Ishaan Khattar’s film is making great earnings on the box-ops day-by-day. According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, ‘Dhadk’ has made a collection of Rs 33.67 crore on the weekend first.
The budget of Dharma Productions is being budgeted as Rs. 50 crores. The speed at which ‘Dhadk’ is performing at the box office, can estimate that the film will take its budget in the first week. ‘Dhadk’ had spent Rs 8.71 crore on the first day and Rs 11.04 crore on Saturday. Compared to Saturday, the film’s earnings saw an increase of about 30% and its account received 13.92 crore rupees.
“when two worlds collide; they become one.” Set in the picturesque city of Udaipur, Dhadak is the story of Madhukar and Parthavi. From the moment they set eyes on each other; Madhukar and Parthavi felt something familiar, something pure, but as their love blossomed, so did their problems. Torn between society and their families, their fate became uncertain. DHADAK is a simple, passionate story about first love.
Shashank Khaitan (Director)
Ishaan Khatter (Actor)
Janhvi Kapoor (Actor)
Ashutosh Rana (Actor)
Kharaj Mukherjee (Actor)
Aditya Kumar (Actor)
Ankit Bisht (Actor)
Karan Johar (Producer)
Apoorva Mehta (Producer)
Somesh Shivraj (Producer)
Hiroo Johar (Producer)
Sujay Kutty (Producer)
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