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"Ittefaq" Box office collection reached 9.55 crore on 2nd day

Starring Sonakshi Sinha, Sidharth Malhotra and Akshaye Khanna, "Ittefaq" is a whodunit crime drama and is being helmed as one of a kind murder mystery film releasing after a long time. The film has collected 5.50 crores on its second day on Saturday and with this, the film has now collected 9.55 crores in two days. However, Ittefaq went on to be defeated by Hollywood's Thor. As per the estimate, the film received a decent opening and earn around Rs. 4 crores.

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The film directed by Abhay Chopra also stars Akshaye Khanna in a pivotal role. However, the Diwali released Golmal Again which has completed two weeks and running in its third week at the box office still generating a good business and giving tough competition to other films and. However, we have to see will this mysterious film do good or not at the box office and what will be the weekend collection of the film.

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Talking about the film then the film has got a good response from the critics and audience, the audience has given a good word of mouth to the film. The film is expected to do better box office business on Sunday. The "Ittefaq" team abstained from promoting the film to preserve its thrill and just stuck to an interrogational interview by Karan Johar. Sidharth plays the role by Rajesh Khanna, Sonakshi plays Nanda and Akshay Khanna did Iftekhar role in the film.

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