'Madaari' mints Rs 20 crore in opening weekend

The movie was released alongside Rajinikanth-starrer \"Kabali\", has minted Rs 20.55 crore in its opening weekend.

Published: 25th July 2016 05:45 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th July 2016 05:45 PM   |  A+A-

MADARI
By IANS
  • The movie was released alongside Rajinikanth-starrer "Kabali", has minted Rs 20.55 crore in its opening weekend.
  • In a statement, it is said that the movie grossed Rs 16.15 crore in India and Rs 4.4 crore worldwide.
  • The movie showcases the bond between a father and son.

MUMBAI: Bollywood star Irrfan Khan's "Madaari", which released alongside Rajinikanth-starrer "Kabali", has minted Rs 20.55 crore in its opening weekend.

The Nishikant Kamat directorial, which released on Friday, grossed Rs 16.15 crore in India and Rs 4.4 crore worldwide, read a statement.

The thriller, which sees Irrfan and Kamat team up again after the award winning "Mumbai Meri Jaan", has been lauded by the film fraternity too.

While the film is about taking a stand and shouldering responsibility, it also showcases the bond between a father and son.

"Madaari" also stars Jimmy Sheirgill, Vishesh Bansal, Tushar Dalvi, Nitish Pandey and Ayesha Raza.

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