With Mardani you see the comeback of Rani Mukherji over the theatres after almost two years. The movie has embarked from the biggest production houses of B Town called the YRF. The subject of the movie sounds different, which is an unusual and complex cat and mouse chase. Here you find Rani in her tough cop character who is after busting the nexus of murky elements behind human trafficking. The message of the movie is loud and clear, which has attracted a selected sect found in the audience to watch the movie . With unfortunately tagged with A certificated by the censor board, the movie would suffer a bit to see only selected crowd turning out to watch the movie.
As expected Mardani seems to have got slow start with occupancy reaching the maximum up to 40 percent in most of the theatres wherein it has been released. However, the trade analysts predict the similar kind of figures with some ups in the trend to some a certain extent can be visible. Mardani is all about women empowerment issues, which talks about the most horrified crime found in Bombay and other metro cities in India. However, from the very first day the Aditya Chopra and the director of Mardani has set out clear message that they do not intend to make huge collection from this movie, hence the max collection at Box office you can expect by the day one’s end would be 4 to 5 crore. It is released in 1300 screens in India and could see a decent surge by the evening or during the next two days.