Raazi Box Office: Check Out Where It Stands In The List Of Alia Bhatt’s Highest Opening Days

When it comes to make a movie trend from its first day, Alia Bhatt has done a pretty good job with the same. 8.75 crores to 64.44 crores (Dear Zindagi), 9 Crores to 76.81 crores (Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania), 11.75 crores to 104 crores (2 States) and there are much more examples of how her movies have transcended to emerge victorious at the box office. Raazi is on its course of doing the same.

Raazi collected 7.53 crores which was solely because of Alia Bhatt’s star-power. A movie takes its opening because of the stars in it, content and director’s share comes after the word of mouth is spread. The trending is because of the content while the opening is because of the stars, trailer and songs.

Alia Bhatt’s opening day lies in the range from 3 crores (Highway) to 13 crores (Shaandaar). Interestingly her highest opener Shaandaar was a dud at the box office. Though Raazi has found its place in the bottom 3 when it comes to opening, its trend is an indication of surpassing many films in her lifetime collection.

After Kapoor & Sons’s 6.85 crores of day one, Raazi has collected 7.53 crores. It’s somewhere in the range of Dear Zindagi which is next with 8.75 crores. Check out the list of Alia Bhatt’s highest opening day below:

Year Film Opening Day Collection Lifetime Collection
2015 Shaandaar 13.10 Cr 42.00 Cr
2017 Badrinath Ki Dulhania 12.25 Cr 116.60 Cr
2014 2 States 11.75 Cr 104.00 Cr
2016 Udta Punjab 10.05 Cr 59.60 Cr
2014 Humpty Sharmi Ki Dulhania 09.00 Cr 76.81 Cr
2012 Student Of The Year 09.00 Cr 70.00 Cr
2016 Dear Zindagi 08.75 Cr 64.44 Cr
2018 Raazi 07.53 Cr 18.83 Cr*
2016 Kapoor & Sons 06.85 Cr 73.03 Cr
2014 Highway 03.75 Cr 27.25 Cr

Alia was recently asked about how tough it was too prepare for her role Sehmat in the film, she said “The closest I came to preparing this much was when I did Udta Punjab. For Raazi, I set aside a month before shooting. I cleaned up my Urdu language. I learnt how to drive a jonga (a jeep used by the Indian Army). I learnt some self-defence moves plus some techniques that spies have to learn before they are on their job. It was a lot of hard work and fun. But I think no amount of preparation can really prepare you for that moment when you finally face the camera.”