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War box office collection Day 13: Hrithik Roshan – Tiger Shroff’s film earns Rs 276.40 crore

The tantalising two of “War’ has done a lot of Bang Bang on the box office and in the hearts of their fans.  We cannot stop drooling over Hritik Roshan as Kabir and Tiger Shroff as Khalid as they show off their tanned skins, fighting skills and acting abilities on the screen.

On its 13th day War is still rolling at over 250 crore box office collection and becoming an avalanche of 300 crore and more. In less than two weeks this movie has already become a massive success. It has already surpassed the total collection of Uri: The surgical strike. We do not see this spree ending soon.

The director of the film, Siddharth Anand, has made the Stunt recipe of War by putting 1part of Mission Impossible 3, 2 parts of Mission Impossible 5 and 2 parts of Fast and Furious 8. He has mixed them altogether, added a pinch of his grain of salt and A-ha!! We get War. The scenic Portugal and God’s Own Country Kerala adds to the Chef like presentation of the movie.

It seems everything about the film is there for a reason. No songs have been added in the movie without reason. We cannot stop shaking our legs on Ghoongroo or Jai Jai Shivshankar. The background score by Sanchit Bhalara demands a lot of attention. Rarely, we come across a Bollywood film having such fantastic background music.

War actor Hritik Roshan went on Instagram and revealed what would have been Kabir ‘s favourite quote: ‘Beyond this place of wrath and tears, looms but the horror of shade, and yet the menace of the years, finds and shall find me unafraid’ The 45 year old actor did not lag behind Tiger Shroff in physical fitness and stunts. The suspense of the movie revealed in the climax makes the whole experience unforgettable. Short but sweet role of Vaani Kapoor is also worth mentioning.

On the success of the film, euphoric Hritik Roshan said “We wanted to make a film that raises the bar of action films in India and could truly compete with the best of action spectacles being made in the West. War is a genre-defining action film and I’m extremely happy for the entire cast and crew of War because we all have given our all and more to make this film a cut above.” And Boy! How far the bar has been raised!

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