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Mukkabaaz

Released Date : Jan 12, 2018

Directed by : Anurag Kashyap

Box Office : 10.51 Crores

Genre : Action, Drama

A small town boxer Shravan Singh (Vineet Kumar Singh) joins Bhagwan Das Mishra`s (Jimmy Shergill) gym to train for competition. His career is threatened when he locks horns with the gym owner Bhagwan Das. A feisty cross-caste romance blossoms between the underdog Shravan and lovely Sunaina (Zoya Hussain), Bhagwan`s niece, when fate brings them together. The rowdy Don, Bhagwaan is wary of the match. Shravan eventually wins Sunaina`s hand in marriage, by punching his way to victory. Helmed by ace director Anurag Kashyap and presented by Phantom Films Mukkabaaz released on 12 January 2018.

Status

Released

Production Company

Eros International, Phantom Films, Colour Yellow Productions

Release Date

January 12,2018

Music Director

Rachita Arora

Shooting Location

India

Genre

Action, Drama

Language

Hindi

director

Anurag Kashyap

Distributed by

Eros International

screenplay

Anurag Kashyap

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Site: Deccanchronicle     Review By- ROHIT BHATNAGAR

Hardcore Anurag Kashyap fans may be a bit disappointed with its happy ending and moreover, less of blood bath unlike his films. Though Mukkabaaz is not as dark as his genre, the overall treatment is edgy and thrilling alongside the universal appeal. The film is definitely a milder version of the director, but there is not a dull moment in the movie either. Book you tickets now! Source : Visit site for more

Site: firstpost     Review By- Rupleena Bose

The performances of the main and the supporting cast bring out each of the distinct characters they play. The film takes its time to tell its story the running is almost 2 and a half hours in this Festival version. But then it takes time love and fairness to fight its battles and stand up to the consuming hatred and vengeance of people with power.Mukkabaaz was screened at the opening ceremony of JioMAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival. It will see a theatrical release on 10 November. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Koimoi     Review By- Umesh Punwani

Watch or Not?: Yes! Because you might just be that other guy/girl who this movie doesn’t targets but will go and watch it anyway. Its fate depends on word of mouth, be an addition! Source : Visit site for more

Site: NDTV     Review By- Saibal Chatterjee

As the girl who does not have a voice but possesses a mind of her own, she uses her face, eyes and body and finger gestures to etch out a character of stunning depth. The ever-reliable Jimmy Shergill, despite the lack of nuance in the role he essays, is at the top of his game. Mukkabaaz packs a massive punch. Watch it because it is one of the more important films to have come out of the Mumbai movie industry in recent times. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Rediff     Review By- Sreehari Nair

My worry is that many who are not fond of Kashyap`s usual complex sensibility would like this latest move: They`ll applaud the fact that he`s going for the tear glands with brass knuckles on.The tragedy of Mukkabaaz is not that it aims low; the tragedy is that it aims low and hits. Source : Visit site for more

Site: TOI     Review By- Saibal Chatterjee

While the film`s mammoth run time (2 hours, 25 minutes!) can exhaust you a bit, Mukkabaaz is a total knockout. The not-just-a-boxing film must not be missed as it puts forth a message that`s most relevant in today`s world — Bahut Hua Samman Tumhari Aisi Taisi — #Timesup, bullies. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Filmcompanion     Review By- Anupama Chopra

Director Anurag Kashyap who has also co-written the film, is a greedy artist. He won’t be satisfied with constructing one layer. So Mukkabaaz is also a scathing critique of corruption in Indian sport, of the caste system, which keeps worthy men in chains and of extremists who spread mayhem under the cloak of religion. It’s a love story and a sports underdog story, which in the second half transforms into a suspenseful revenge drama. It’s a lot to weave together and ultimately Mukkabaaz becomes as exhausting as it is energizing. The length, two hours and thirty-five minutes, just wears you down. Source : Visit site for more

Site: News18     Review By- Rajeev Masand

Mukkabaaz, directed by Anurag Kashyap, is a film about many things at once. On the surface it’s a ‘boxing movie’, your classic underdog template. It’s also a heartfelt love story, a ruthless revenge saga, and pretty ballsy social and political commentary about our times. At 2 hours and 35 minutes, Mukkabaaz overstays its welcome by at least 20 minutes, its narrative stretched by way too many background songs, and an inevitable sense of repetition and wallowing in the protagonist’s misery. Yet it might be Kashyap’s most accessible film since Gangs of Wasseypur, and his only crime here may be one of overreaching. I’m going with three-and-a-half out of five. Source : Visit site for more

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Schedule   Collection Amount (in crores)  
Opening day 0.82
End of opening week 4.04
End of week 1 6.73
End of week 2 9.83
End of week 3 10.35
End of week 4 10.35
End of week 5 10.51
Lifetime 10.51
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