Jabariya Jodi Box-Office Collection Day 1: Parineeti Chopra And Sidharth Malhotra Starrer Has A Slow Start

Check out the first day box-office collection of Parineeti Chopra and Sidharth Malhotra starrer Jabariya Jodi, that opened in the theatres, yesterday

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Jabariya Jodi Box-Office Collection Day 1: Parineeti Chopra And Sidharth Malhotra Starrer Has A Slow Start

After Hasee To Phasee, Jabariya Jodi is back to entertain the audience. Starring Parineeti Chopra and Sidharth Malhotra Jabariya Jodi, which released yesterday, is receiving mixed response by audience. On Thursday, SpotboyE brought you the early prediction of the film and like always we are bang on. Backed by Ekta Kapor’s Balaji Motion Pictures, the film has taken off slowly at the box-office Day 1 as has earned Rs 3.15 Cr.

Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the numbers and wrote, “#JabariyaJodi is dull on Day 1... Needs miraculous growth on Day 2 and 3 for a respectable weekend total... Fri ₹ 3.15 cr. India biz.” A Box Office India report  suggest, “The opening day number was a must as its a shortened week but that has not happened making it an uphill task even if Saturday and Sunday hoot up. The morning numbers suggest a 2.50 crore nett number but the evenings should push the film above the 3 crore nett mark which would be lower than Judgementall Hai Kya which released a couple of weeks back. Obviously the evening growth can be bigger but its not a concept film so it will be surprise if evening collections push it to higher levels.”

SpotboyE Editor, Vickey Lalwani rated Jabariya Jodi with 2.5 stars and wrote, “The motive is good but the execution could have been better. Jabariya Jodi, though long and lacking good songs, Parineeti Chopra and Sidharth Malhotra put their best foot forward in a film that has several hilarious moments but an inconstant pace. So yeah, JJ has its crests as well as troughs. Parineeti Chopra is in her patakha comfort zone and hence could have got complacent, but the Babli of Jabariya Jodi holds herself back and does not allow her performance to go OTT. Sidharth, who needed to deviate here from his usual quintessential aptly-dressed boy, is satisfactory.”

He further wrote, “To play the devil's advocate, you take home the message (against groom kidnapping prevalent in Bihar and neighbouring areas) that is delivered and do not feel that it was hammered into you at any point. But wonder why the pilot Prashant Singh (director) had to make a rough landing when he had Ekta Kapoor (producer) with him who hasn't compromised on neither the aircraft nor the runway's making (production values). Ponder a while. So yeah, you now know who erred.”

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