8th October,2023, Mumbai: Bhumi Pednekar’s film observes progress on day 2, mints Rs 1.4 cr, gathering parody got positive response, however opened delicately in the cinema world but as per the response the film has potential to move forward in the upcoming days.
Day 2 Collection of Bhumi Pednekar Starrer Thank You For Coming
Thank You For Coming, starring Bhumi Pednekar ahead of the package job neglected to create large numbers in the cinema world on Saturday. The film was delivered close by Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra’s Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue. According to Sacnilk.com, the sex parody film gathered INR 1.4 crore on its subsequent day, taking the all out assortment to Rs 2.56 crore after Saturday. The producers will I first Sunday as there last opportunity to procure large in the cinema world.
Directed by Karan Boolani, the film rotates around five companions, and their sexual pleasure. Earlier, the film came to the tornado Global film celebration and got a heartfelt applause for the story line and the exhibitions of the lead cast.
Thank You For Coming’s Review
Composed by Radhika Anand and Prashasti Singh, thank you for coming attempts to handle things that are bent in Indian culture, making the plot ho-hum. It is messily composed with a progression of constrained fun minutes and the exhibitions range from fair to misrepresented.
The Strong Female Cast
Bhumi Pednekar is a boss and engaging as Kanika, she neglects to stir things up around town. Dolly Singh, Shibani Bedi, and Shehnaz Gill are their regular selves while Kusha Kapila’s less screen time is something very pulling for given her presents during advancements. The excellence of the film lies in its little subtleties like ‘My Neck, My Back, My Mental Episode’ tee Bhumi wore in one of the scenes, the quintessential Punjabi Delhi wedding with a touch of perky melodies and the 66 year youthful Anil Kapoor, which hauls one out the weariness around tracking down the frog.
Thank you for coming attends to school society which sees ladies as the flag bearer of ‘ Sanskar’ . From having a problem with sex or pregnancy before marriage with considering ladies answerable for outrages against them, Karan Boolani’s film resembles an avocado, which has an engaging surface but no taste.
By Sapna Meena