Toilet- Ek Prem Katha Costs over Rs.100 Cr.- Akki’s 8th Movie which crosses 100 Crore

Toilet- Ek Prem Katha Costs over Rs.100 Cr.– Recently released Superstar Akshay Kumar’s movies #Toilet Ek Prem Katha started to show his show on Box Office Collection also. In first week of his release collected more than 96 cr. Movie got the tag of 100Cr Club member on the 8th day at the box office. The film was on the meter of 115Cr. on Saturday. Speed of earning shows in few days it will surpass the collections of Akshay Kumar’s recent movies. For instance it surpassed Housefull 3 (103Cr), Housefull 2(114Cr), and Holiday (112Cr).

It is most awaited movie for Indians this year. One of the biggest reason is a strong social message for Clean &strong future India.Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, a story of newly wedded couple of a small village where ladies and gents uses open fields as a toilet for them and ignored the importance of sanitation due to lack of awareness and long years culture. It’s the ordinary man’s extraordinary journey in bringing awareness and solution to his village about the proper use and need of sanitation that the film will talk about.

Movie is written by Sidharth & Garima, directed by Shree Narayan Singh, Co-produced by Akshay Kumar & Neeraj Pandey. In the film Anupam Kher and Sana Khan are in supporting roles.

‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’ is the most noteworthy earning outright Hindi film of the year, abandoning Salman Khan’s “Tubelight” and Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Raees’, with Rs 126.94 crore in the cinema world.

The film earned Rs 94.21 crore in its first week and Rs 27.98 crore in its second week. In its third end of the week in the cinematic world, the film acquired Rs 1.15 crore on Friday, trailed by Rs 1.5 crore on Saturday and Rs 2.10 crore on the third Sunday.

Akshay Kumar is a delight to work with

The film is about a recently hitched couple who are isolated as the new lady of the hour (Bhumi Pednekar) goes out of her in-laws without a legitimate can. How the spouse, played by Akshay Kumar, battles the unbending social standards to get a latrine in the house and his better half back structures the essence of the film. It takes a leaf from a genuine story in the midst of PM Narendra Modi’s cleanliness crusade ‘Swacch Bharat Abhiyan.’

On-screen character Bhumi Pednekar, who is upbeat after the sucess of ‘Latrine: Ek Prem Katha’, said working with her co-performing artist Akshay Kumar in the film was a “pleasure”.

Discussing Akshay, Bhumi told,”He is phenomenal. He is really a joy to work with. ‘Can: Ek Prem Katha’ has been one of the best encounters of my life and I unquestionably need to credit him and the center group for that.”

The 27-year-old performing artist says it felt like a long occasion while working for the film. “It never felt that we are working, it was a like one long cheerful occasion. It felt like a pack of exceptionally energetic individuals who have met up to have a fabulous time and everything else would simply become all-good,” Bhumi included.

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