Meghna Gulzar's espionage thriller, which is based on the bestselling novel Calling Sehmat, has not only impressed the critics but has also managed to obtain a winning streak at the box office. Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh has tweeted the film's business figures.
"He posted: "#Raazi is UNSTOPPABLE.
Vicky Kaushal, who was last seen in Meghna Gulzar's Raazi, is basking the success of the movie. Alia is the main lead who has taken the movie close to Rs. 50 crore mark within no time. Have a look at the trending on weekdays - the biz is not going to slow down soon.
Raazi is about a Kashmiri Muslim girl who is planted as a spy in Pakistan by the Indian agencies in the backdrop of 1971 war. By the way, "Raaz" is enjoying a decent run at the box-office and Alia Bhatt is being showered with compliments for her subtle performance without overdoing any emotion. Raazi has added a new feather to her cap.
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Also starring Rajit Kapoor, Soni Razdan, Shishir Sharma and Jaideep Ahlawat, the spy-thriller, is set in the backdrop of the Indo-Pak relationship in the 1970s.
She made her debut as the quintessential Bollywood heroine in Karan Johar's Student of the Year in 2012. The latest one features Alia Bhatt as "Utterly Bhatterly Delicious" Amul girl. But I forgot that my mother has way more experience with films than me.
Alia will next be seen with Ranveer Singh in Gully Boy.