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Ajay Devgn film “Golmaal Again” continues to remain a rage
Mumbai, Oct 30:Rohit Shetty directorial Golmaal Again has grabbed the second spot on this year’s top grossing films after Baahubali 2. It is difficult to believe as it is only the first week of the film, which is the fourth iteration in the Golmaal Franchise, that has just concluded, so clearly the film might yet achieve more milestones until its theatrical run lasts. This Ajay Devgn, Parineeti Chopra and Tabu starrer has earned a staggering Rs 153.94 crore until Sunday.
The second week of the film is well underway, and Golmaal Again has not showed signs of slowing down anytime soon. The film even after receiving less-than-flattering reviews seems to have vowed the audiences, and good word-of-mouth too is contributing to film’s strong showings.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh had earlier today tweeted the figures. He said the film “is in no mood to slow down” and “is a rage” at the box office. Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta had given an average review of the film. “For someone like me, no fan of the franchise, there’s usually very little to like in the ‘Golmaal’ films. And this time around too, I had resigned myself to a couple of hours of deja-view.
But I have to say that the addition of a few new faces, and moving the location from the beaches of Goa to the green slopes of Ooty, helped freshen things up. And though there were the familiar risible lines about people who can’t speak, and a creepy running thread about older men and girls young enough to be their daughter, the usual slew of jokes were not as tasteless.
A couple led to actual laughter,” she had said
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