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Munjya box office collection: Abhay Varma and Sharvari Wagh's film smashes BO records with Rs. 100 crore milestone

Munjya box office collection: Aditya Sarpotdar's Munjya, starring Abhay Varma and Sharvari Wagh, has entered the Rs. 100 crore club, setting a new benchmark.

Munjya box office collection:  Abhay Varma and Sharvari Wagh's film smashes BO records with Rs. 100 crore milestone
Munjya enters Rs. 100 crore club

Last Updated: 01.01 PM, Jul 02, 2024


Munjya box office collection: Munjya has set an unimaginable record at the Bollywood box office. Aditya Sarpotdar's film has achieved a rare feat this year by entering the Rs. 100 crore club, a feat only a few films in these six months have managed to achieve. The film features Abhay Varma and Sharvari Wagh in the lead roles, and Munjya is the first ever CGI actor. 

Team Munjya celebrates box office success

Producers Maddock Films expressed their happiness on their social media pages as the film minted Rs. 100.45 crore at the domestic box office, and the worldwide collections until now are Rs. 118.51 crore. Munjya, the first-ever computer-generated actor, rewrote an extraordinary Rs. 100 crore record, according to their caption. They are soaring to new heights in the blockbuster universe with the audience's support, and the makers are grateful for the boundless affection.

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Director Aditya Sarpotdar reflects on Munjya's success

Earlier, in an interview with India Today, Sarpotdar spoke about how he sees the success of Munjya. The filmmaker shared that for them, there are two or three main points to remember. To start, it's a completely new film, and this is not one of those generic Bollywood flicks that have come out recently. It deviates from the norm and appears novel and original. The public enjoys films that mix horror and comedy, and this genre certainly fits the bill. He doesn't believe any horror comedy has been successful in theatres since Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2; that's a pretty big gap. According to him, people also don't view all of the content available on OTT.

Sarpotdar added that the fact that they haven't watered down the story or narrative with trade logic—such as "you need to have an x number of songs" or "you need to have a very popular narrative rather than a regional one"—has been a huge boon to their success. They use a local language, have local people, use local casting, and have a deeply rooted tale. That being said, it is far from conventional and certainly not what one would call "industry-like."

Munjya also stars Mona Singh in a pivotal role.

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