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Sidharth Malhotra's film is at Rs 23 Crore

A still image of Yodha. (courtesy: sidmalhotra)

New Delhi:

Sidharth Malhotra Yodha experienced a slight decline from its first Wednesday at the box office. On day 6, the action thriller earned Rs 2 crore at the domestic box office, according to Sacnilk. The total activity of Yodha, which crossed the ₹20 crore mark on the first Tuesday, now stands at Rs 23.25 crore, the report added. The film, released in theaters on March 15, is jointly directed by Pushkar Ojha and Sagar Ambre. In the film, Sidharth Malhotra essays the role of a Special Task Force officer, Arun Katyal, who would do anything to save the nation from terrorists. But he was later suspended from service and branded a “traitor.” Yodha also features Disha Patani and Raashii Khanna in prominent roles.

Raashii Khannawho essays the role of Priyamvada Katyal in Yodha, shared a thank you note for her fans. On Wednesday, the actress posted a series of photos from different scenes from Yodha on Instagram. Share clicks, Farzi The star wrote: “Priyamvada Katyal. Your messages and love have truly warmed my heart. Thank you for adopting this character and allowing me to participate in your cinematic experience. On a mission to bring you roles that inspire and delight. ! It's really yours, Madam Yodha.”

Check out Raashii Khanna's post here:

In his review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee gave Yodha 1.5 stars out of 5. He wrote: “In Yodha, airliners are just toys in the hands of commandos and terrorists. They can access the cargo hold from the cabin at will, which, as anyone who knows anything about airplanes will tell you, is simply not possible.

Saibal Chatterjee continued: “A lot of the action Yodha, directed by Ambre and Pushkar Ojha, takes place in the passenger cabin of an airplane and the spaces below. The film ultimately ends at a building in Islamabad called Jinnah Hall, where peace talks are underway between the prime ministers of India and Pakistan. There is nothing to guess, a terrorist plot is being prepared to disrupt the negotiations, because war, the antagonist scolds, is business.”

Yodha was jointly backed by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions, Amazon Prime Video and Mentor Disciple Entertainment. Amit Singh Thakur, Sharik Khan and Tanuj Virwani also star in the film.

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