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“Your love really warmed my heart”

Raashii Khanna shared this image. (courtesy of: Raashiikhanna)

New Delhi:

Raashii Khanna AKA “lady Yodha“, who is enjoying the success of his film Yodha starring Sidharth Malhotra and Disha Patani, wrote a thank you note to her fans on Wednesday for showering her with love and appreciation. Sharing some stills from the film, the Farzi The star wrote, “Priyamvada Katyal. Your messages and love have truly warmed my heart. Thank you for embracing this character and allowing me to be a part of your cinematic experience. I'm on a mission to delivering roles that inspire and delight. ! It truly is yours, Lady Yodha. Take a look at the post below:

Yodha crossed the ₹20 crore mark at the box office on its first Tuesday. On the fifth day, the film, jointly directed by Pushkar Ojha and Sagar Ambre, collected ₹2.30 crore, according to a Sacnilk report. The film has generated ₹21.30 crore so far, the report added. Starring Sidharth Malhotra in the lead, Yodha tells the story of a Special Task Force officer, Arun Katyal, whose sole aim is to protect his nation. However, he was subsequently suspended from service and branded a “traitor”. The film also features Disha Patani and Raashii Khanna in important roles.

On Tuesday, Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​shared a special note on X (formerly known as Twitter) to release the fourth day box office figures of Yodha. He wrote: “#Yodha slips on the crucial moment of Monday… (Week 1) Friday 4.25 cr, Saturday 6.01 cr, Sunday 7.25 cr, Monday 2.25 cr. Total: ₹19.76 cr. #Indiabusiness. #Boxoffice.”

In his review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee wrote, “In Yodha, airliners are mere 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.

Released March 15 Yodha was jointly supported by Hiroo Yash Johar, Karan Johar and Apoorva Mehta. Amit Singh Thakur, Sharik Khan and Tanuj Virwani are also part of the film.

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