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Its Official: Raazi is Alia Bhatt’s Highest Grossing film ever in her career

Raazi Movie Dialouge 5
Raazi Dialouge 5

The film Raazi starring Alia Bhatt seems to have done the best over the box office going unimaginable, which something not even the market experts and trade pundits expected it to be. The film first entered into the 100 crore within a week and then it kept on crossing several multiple milestones thus becoming the Alia Bhatt’s highest grossing films in her acting career in B Town. Now, if you look at the collection figures, it has closed to her highest grossing film Badrinath Ki Dulhania which has the collection of 116.60 crore. Now, if you check the collection of Raazi, it has crossed the figure and has reached 117.34 crores. 

The film Razi has simply surpassed every film of Alia Bhatt. The other big reason for the celebration is that the film relies much on the shoulders of Alia Bhatt and she has taken out that film so far. The content of the movie is surely the big winner but Alia is certainly the one who has designed it to be. When Alia was asked about how she felt playing the role and how did people liked her in this character she was the most positive about her response. She went on saying that everyone should think country before him or her and she gave the example of the Indian Army men who put their lives going selfless in their work.

The film Raazi was based on a book called Calling Sehmat, while it is produced by Junglee Pictures in association with Dharma Productions. The film has the Masaan fame actor Vicky Kaushal, along with Rajit Kapur, Soni Razdan and Jaideep Ahlawat in the pivotal roles. Alia had the central role in the film of Sehmat. She has played the role in a nice way getting rave reviews, while the film was directed by Meghna Gulzar, which was her solo successful movie in B Town. Do you have any comments to make about Alia’s achievement do comment on it. Stay tuned to know more about this film and others with us with the latest updates on B Town. 

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