Azhar, a biopic on the life of previous cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin, which discharged on Friday, had a decent begin in the cinema world on its discharge day. It has printed Rs. 6.30 cr on the main day itself. On the second day, it saw a development of 11.11% over Friday accumulations and earned Rs. 7 cr on Saturday. On the third day additionally, the motion picture saw an upward pattern in its accumulation because of positive informal. It saw 7.14% development over Saturday gathering Rs. 7.50 cr on Sunday taking the aggregate accumulation to Rs. 20.80 cr on its opening weekend.

The motion picture got awesome reaction from the viewers who gave high acclaim on-screen character Emraan Hashmi for portraying the life of the previous Indian captain on screen.

Greater part of the gathering of people consistently concurred that Emraan completed equity to the character onscreen. Additionally coming in for high acclaim were the two lead on-screen characters particularly Prachi Desai whose deliberate execution as Azhar's first spouse left crowd awed. The science amongst Emraan and Nargis Fakhri (Sangeeta Bijalani) excessively charmed numerous. (Watch: This is what viewers needs to say in regards to Emraan Hashmi starrer Azhar on The very first moment)

Bollywood exchange examiner Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the quantities of the motion picture's film industry accumulations.

#Azhar Fri 6.30 cr, Sat 7 cr, Sun 7.50 cr. All out: ₹ 20.80 cr. India biz…
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 16, 2016





While it figured out how to hit the right harmony with gathering of people, Azhar then again got blended audits from the faultfinders.

Indian Express film commentator Shubhra Gupta composed: "Emran Hashmi, more often than not so watchable, is covered under the clumsy script, which indications at shadowy wears and the liable gatherings in a fluffy, unclear way. In any case, Hashmi is sincere, and the main redeeming quality here. Prachi Desai is rouged and shy and upset, Nargis Fakhri as Sangeeta ( not, never, Bijlani) is pouty, Lara Dutta as the legal advisor for the cricket gathering ( not, never, BCCI), is svelte but rather miscast, and Roy Kapur battles with an awful wig and misrepresented accent, and Sharma as the bookie who makes the advances, is perenially slick." (Azhar motion picture survey)

While Azhar has figured out how to awe the group of onlookers, it stays to be perceived how great the motion picture performs in the cinema world in the days to come.

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