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Tadap Weekend Ticket Collection: Ahan Shetty movie, Tara Sutaria shows growth on Sunday, earns 13 ₹ crore | Bollywood

by Stewart Cole

Tadap, which marks the film debut of Suniel Shetty’s son Ahan Shetty opposite Tara Sutaria, showed decent growth at the box office on Sunday. The film is now in a set of about 13 crore.


The movie Milan Luthria had opened on 4.05 crore and collected 4.12 crore on Saturday. Sunday numbers are in the area of 5.35 million

Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​wrote in a tweet, “#Tadap has an impressive number * for a movie starring new faces * in the first weekend… Sees good growth on Day 3… Pockets that were mediocre / decent on Day 1 and 2, improve on Day 3… Mon – Thu critical… Fri 4.05 cr, Sat 4.12 cr, Sun 5.35 cr. Total: 13.52 kr. #India biz. “

The Hindustan Times review of the film wrote: “A remake of the 2018 Telugu movie, RX 100, which is based on a fact, the director Tadap of Milan Luthria serves you raw action with heavy dialogue, romantic old school, passion , scam. , bloodshed and some poetic lines to add a touch of humor “.


In an interview with PTI, Ahan recounted how he released his first film purely on the basis of value. “I trained for several years. I would meet producers and directors on set as they are my father’s friends and colleagues, but that does not mean I would take a break from them. I would not say it was easy.

“Sajid Sir saw my action and dance videos and called me, asked me to send him some audition tapes. Basically, this (I who was making this movie) had nothing to do with my father who was an actor. “I got the film because of my talent,” he said.

Read also: Bossy Kajol calls Ahan Shetty “gadha” on Tadap, leaves paparazzi in separation while refusing to pose


Every son wants to be like his father, said Ahan Shetty, adding that his penchant for action comes from dad Suniel Shetty. He said, “I would see his body language, the way he would move scenes. I learned a few things subconsciously from him. Although I did my acting workshops, many of them came from my father. I remember watching his action movies, I feel like I got into martial arts watching him. “My action, my body language came from my father.”

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