Mukkabaaz box office collection day 1: Anurag Kashyap’s Mukkabaaz is a hard-hitting riveting tale of a pugilist who fights casteism, corruption and callousness to make it big in his profession. The movie has received some excellent reviews from the critics owing to the brilliant acting prowess of the actors. Be it Vineet Kumar Singh as the pugnacious pugilist, Zoya Hussain as the mute damsel, Jimmy Shergill as the corrupt upper-class baddie or Ravi Kishan as the coach. Every character has done justice to the roles making it a treat to watch. The film once again marks Anurag Kashyap’s unconventional style of storytelling. The film owing to the positive promotional strategies has gained momentum of late and is expected to garner anything a sum of under Rs 2 cr approx. The word of mouth of review is surely going to so some good for the film. The movie has got a decent start and it is expected that the film is supposed to pull up during the weekends. The association of Anurag Kashyap Aanand L. Rai who belong to two different streams of filmmaking is another highlight of the film.
Vineet Kumar Singh plays the lead role in this Anurag Kashyap film. Earlier he has awed his fans with performances in films like Issaq, Gangs of Wasseypur, Ugly and Bombay Talkies. Kashyap known for his gritty directorial ventures, this one does not miss the attention of the viewers. For the first time , a filmmaker was audacious enough to highlight things like cow vigilantism in his film and also talks about the sporting menace in the country. Kashyap should be given full marks for always coming up with issue and sparking some bang on repercussion.
The film has been given a U/A certificate by the CBFC and Kashyap yesterday praised censor board chief Prasoon Joshi for a “reasonable, rational and empowering experience”. The film faces competition from Saif Ali Khan starrer Kaalakaandi and 1921 which too released on the same date. Despite being the 3rd week into action, Tiger Zinda Hai too might pose a threat to the bo0x office collection of all the aforementioned films.