Box office earnings for Kuttey Day 1: Despite being released to theatres nationwide on January 13 with Arjun Kapoor and Tabu, the mafia movie Kuttey is hardly full, read

Day 1 Kuttey Box Office Collection: Arjun Kapoor And Tabu's Film Takes A Drab Start 757718

According to Indian Express, Kuttey, a recent movie starring Arjun Kapoor, Tabu, and Naseeruddin Shah, did not do well at the box office on its first day in theatres. The movie, directed by Aasmaan Bhardwaj, allegedly got off to a slow start.

Vishal Bhardwaj, the father of Aasmaan Bhardwaj, provided the soundtrack for the movie, which also features an ensemble cast that includes Radhika Madan, Konkona Sensharma, and Kumud Mishra. Kuttey had a lazy first day, with barely 5% occupancy, according to Box Office India. However, early estimates indicate that the movie made Rs. 1.40 crore in India, according to a report in Sacnilk.

Taran Adarsh’s Tweet Statement

Trade expert Taran Adarsh estimates that the movie has collected Rs. 1.07 crore and would need to recover over the weekend to be successful, and he states on Twitter, #Kuttey has a slow start on Day 1… Gathered pace in the evening shows at premium multiplexes… Needs to see a miraculous turnaround on Day 2 and 3… Fri ₹ 1.07 cr. #India biz.”

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Arjun Kapoor’s Statement

Earlier, Arjun had mentioned Kuttey and added, “As an actor, after ten years I got to be a part of this amazing ensemble and work with such amazing, most of them for the first time for me it is a big tick mark from the bucket list of being an entertainer, a performer and the quest to be a better actor.”

The Indian Express’ Shubra Gupta rated the movie one and a half stars with a review, “Literally the only actor who rises magnificently over it all is, of course, Tabu. In a pair of black trousers, a white shirt, and a red, red mouth, she is all steel and silk, a tender trash-talker reminding you of the pleasures this film should have been brimming over with. Naseeruddin Shah isn’t given enough to do, nor is Konkona. And that’s a crime bigger than the one being undertaken in this wannabe Tarantino-Ritchie caper. The rest go around in circles.”

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