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Hrithik-Tiger unleash 'War' on BO, action thriller mints Rs 53.35 cr on Day 1

'War' earned Rs 51.60 crore through its Hindi version.

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Oct 03, 2019, 05.56 PM IST
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According to the makers, 'War' has registered eight "milestones", which includes the feat for the biggest opening in the history of Hindi cinema.
Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff-starrer 'War' minted Rs 53.35 crore at box office on its first day of release. The Siddharth Anand directorial, which released on Wednesday, raked in Rs 51.60 crore through its Hindi version. The Tamil and Telugu versions earned Rs 1.75 crore.

According to the makers, the film has registered eight "milestones", which includes the feat for the biggest opening in the history of Hindi cinema.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh, too, took to Twitter to confirm the news.

"It is truly overwhelming and gratifying to get this kind of love from audiences for our hard work in making 'War a truly big screen spectacle.

"Having two of the biggest action superstars of Indian cinema, we had the immense responsibility to give audiences a never seen before visual experience and I feel hugely validated that people across the country have loved our action entertainer that has pushed the envelop of action genre in India," Siddharth said.

The director also congratulated the film's two leads -- Hrithik and Tiger -- on the movie's success.

"I also share this moment with Vaani, all the actors and the entire team that has worked tirelessly on this film to make 'War' a huge winner at the box office," he added.

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