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Mastaney box office collection day 2: The period drama records a slight jump | Regional News


Director Sharan Art’s Punjabi film Mastaney, which was released in five-languages, has recorded a slight jump on its second day. According to industry tracker Sacnilk, Mastaney roughly minted Rs 3.10 crores on Saturday. The film debuted with Rs 2.40 crores and the total collection now stands at Rs 5.50 crores. The film may mint Rs 3.50 crore on Sunday, according to the same report. Mastaney had an overall 52.03% Punjabi occupancy on Saturday. 

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Even though the movie was released in Punjabi, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi and Telugu languages, the majority of the occupancy was from Punjab. Delhi NCR had an occupancy of 30.50 %. Recently released film Carry on Jatta 3, starring Gippy Grewal in the lead role, had a significantly bigger opening than Mastaney. The movie had an opening of Rs 4.55 crore. Mastaney clashed with Ayushmann Khurrana’s Dream Girl 2 at the box office


Mastaney stars  Tarsem Jassar, Simi Chahal, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Karamjit Anmol, and Honey Mattu in pivotal roles.  In an interview with The Indian Express, Jassar opened up about the movie and said,  “It [the role] was quite challenging because I have put in all my learnings of all these years as an actor into this role, and have put in whatever I could, to do it justice. It took a lot to get the character right.”

The Indian Express’ Sukhpreet Kahlon called the film an “ode to the legendary valour of Sikhs”. A part of the review read, “Although the legend on which Mastaney is based is a powerful one, the screenplay does not feel fleshed-out enough as it meanders on its way to the climax, which itself is long drawn. Zahoor and Noor’s (Simi Chahal) romantic story seems half-baked and her desire for freedom, a bit peripheral.”





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