Raazi's halfway there on the road to the Rs 100 crore club

Raazi's halfway there on the road to the Rs 100 crore club

Raazi's halfway there on the road to the Rs 100 crore club

The espionage thriller is about an Indian spy (Alia Bhatt) married to a Pakistani military officer (played by Vicky Kaushal) during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 on the order of her father played by Rajit Kapur. After her breakthrough act in "Udta Punjab", the actress is back with a gritty narrative in Meghna Gulzar's "Raazi".

With so much love coming towards Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions" Raazi, the audience has proved that Alia Bhatt is the real queen, while content is "king'. Based on the book Calling Sehmat by Harinder Sikka, Raazi wanted its protagonist to look vulnerable yet determined, and Alia seems flawless fit for the role. Raazi has added a new feather to her cap. Amruta told IANS that working with Ms Gulzar was on her "bucket list.' "Meghna ma'am was one of the main reasons for me to be a part of this film". After enjoying a great weekend, the film is remaining rock-steady in the weekdays.

Alia also said that she was nervous for her mother in the film. Now, according to the reports, she is going to star in a light hearted movie by director Ashwiny Iyer.

She said: "I feel my choice of work allows me to take a break as and when I want". I wanted her to be superb. With the release of "Raazi" and its promotions, I couldn't spend quality time with mom.

"My ideal holiday would be taking my full fam-jam along with me to a place like this, where we could just relax and unwind together as we do not get to do that in Mumbai with everyone's busy schedules".

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