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Kill Box office collection:

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Despite facing stiff competition from the blockbuster “Kalki 2898 AD,” Karan Johar and Guneet Monga’s production “Kill” has managed to hold its ground at the box office. According to Sacnilk, the film witnessed a significant increase of over 30 percent in its collections on Saturday, raking in Rs 2.8 crore. This brings its total domestic earnings to Rs 6.2 crore.

“Kill” entered cinemas a week after the release of Nag Ashwin’s highly anticipated “Kalki 2898 AD,” which initially overshadowed its debut with a modest collection of Rs 1.25 crore. However, positive word-of-mouth and favorable reviews bolstered its performance, pushing its Saturday earnings to Rs 2.15 crore. The film continued to build momentum over the weekend, leveraging its strong start, but its true test lies ahead with the Monday box office figures, which will gauge its sustainability.

The film garnered acclaim even before its Indian release, premiering at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival in 2023. Selected for TIFF’s Midnight Madness category, “Kill” was the second Indian film to receive this honor and was recognized as the first runner-up in the category. The anticipation was further fueled by the announcement that renowned filmmaker Chad Stahelski, known for the “John Wick” franchise, would produce an English-language remake of the film.

Directed by Nikhil Nagesh Bhat, “Kill” features Lakshya Lalwani and Raghav Juyal in pivotal roles. Shubhra Gupta from Indian Express awarded the film 3.5 stars, describing it as a fast-paced and intense narrative that skillfully combines familiar elements while ramping up its action quotient.

As “Kill” continues its theatrical run, its ability to sustain momentum beyond the initial excitement will be crucial in determining its lasting impact at the box office.

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