Raazi has not just broken the stereotypes, but the film has also ended myths of the film industry such as female-centric films may not do well at the Box Office. Flouting all those assumptions, Alia Bhatt-starrer Raazi has become the first woman-centric non-franchise film to join the 100-crore club. The film has crossed 101.50 Crore Nett at domestic box office. If trade reprots are anything to go by, Raazi is expected to finish in that 115-120 crore nett range which is excellent for the the
After Deepika Padukone's Padmaavat, Baaghi and Sonu Ke Tito Ki Sweety, Alia's Raazi becomes the fourth film to cross 100 Crore nett. Besides the huge success of the film, Alia Bhatt has emerged as the new sensation in Bollywood.
The film's plot revolves around an Indian spy marrying a Pakistani man during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 - the year of Bangladesh's liberation. Alia Bhatt is seen as a young Kashmiri woman Sehmat who married into a Pakistani Army family. The film is lapped up by both critics and audiences alike, giving the well-deserved success to the film.
The spy thriller is being received well even in the third week and Bollywood is going gaga over Alia. The magnitude of Raazi's success is expected to add to Alia's career and likely to increase her market.