Padman 4th Day Collection, Padman 1st Monday Box Office 4 Days Report and Occupancy: Akshay Kumar’s social drama performing well at the domestic box office. The movie has minted considerable amount in the opening weekend which stands at Rs. 16.11 crores. With this, it is clear that the flick will collect the good amount in its first week.
Check: Maha Shivratri.
The story of the film revolves around the real life of Arunachalam Murugantham who developed the machine from scratch for making sanitary pads. His machine helps in producing low-cost hygienic pads.
The movie released on Friday like a bomb and grabbed Rs. 10.26 crores. Further, on the second day, with some increment minted Rs. 13.68 crores and afterwards the scene is already cleared in your minds.
Padman 4th Day Collection
Soon, the production is going to enter the Rs. 50 crores club in the coming days. The 1st Monday of the movie is expected to end with Rs. 10 crores. And at some of the places of the country, the 5th day is marked as a holiday on the occasion of Maha Shivratri 2018. So, it means that the occupancy will be greater even on the weekdays.
The last production starring Akshay Kumar titled as Toilet: Ek Prem Katha was also based on social issues which made the filmmakers happy. Now again, the Khiladi Kumar raised the issue of menstrual hygiene which could aware the people of rural areas.
The social issues are the topics and the hilarious acting of the star helping him to live a successful life. Other fellow stars are also appreciating the work which can be clearly seen from their recent tweets as follows.
Yami Gautam tweeted, “Incredibly courageous !!! Totally bowled over #PadMan .. this enduring story will touch your hearts & will you inspired ! Respect & kudos to the entire team ??? @akshaykumar @kriarj @mrsfunnybones #RBalki @radhika_apte @sonamakapoor & #ArunachalamMuruganantham ??”
The big critic Shubhra Gupta of the Bollywood industry in his review of the film says, “Akshay Kumar is now consistently green-lighting socially-relevant films, and that is fine and laudable (Pad Man is produced by his wife Twinkle Khanna, a witty commentator on social mores). PadMan is as worthy, but it isn’t a particularly good film. It has tonal problems, swinging between commonplace-ness and flat-out filmi-ness, because it is trying to appeal to many constituencies at the same time: a song to celebrate the onset of menstruation of a little girl uses the problematic word ‘nakel’, which means ‘to be led by the nose’.”
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