Janhvi Kapoor's surprise entry in Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya's climax sparks sequel speculation.
It's always a delight to see an actor make a special appearance in a film, which brings another level of excitement. In Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya, Janhvi Kapoor makes a surprise entry in the climax scene, and it's not just for the sake of it. Yes, the actor comes out of nowhere in the Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon-starring sci-fi romantic comedy as a new employee in the robotics company.
In the scene, we see her talking to Shahid's character, where she asks him if falling in love with a robot is the right decision or not. Without talking about what he has gone through by falling in love with Sifra (Kriti), the robot, Aryan (Shahid), explains the consequences of being romantically involved with a non-human. Meanwhile, while these are happening, an upgraded Sifra, who actually has emotions, now looks at them conversing and shows a sense of jealousy towards them.
In her cameo appearance, Janhvi does ask Aryan (Shahid) out for a coffee, and they get to know that they both like black coffee. This leads to a hint that there can probably be a love triangle between Shahid, Kriti, and Janhvi's characters in the sequel. The climax hints at the continuation of the story.
Meanwhile, Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya opened to mixed reviews due to the obnoxious screenplay and execution. Both the masses and critics have highly praised Kriti's performance as a robot.
Now, as per the latest reports in Box Office India, the second day of Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya's collection was Rs. 9.50 crore nett, an increase of around 40% that brought the total for the two days to Rs. 16.25 crore nett, demonstrating good development. While some of the centres that did better on day one had slightly slower growth, the film nevertheless managed to achieve a respectable result.
After the first day, the romantic comedy absolutely needed a solid double-digit number on Sunday, and this sets it up nicely. Given the film's urban bent, it wouldn't be surprising if Sunday's growth was slightly stunted. Moreover, the film's fate is hanging in the balance, so Monday's box office take needs to be strong enough to give it a shot. Wednesday is Valentine's Day, so the picture should earn Rs. 40 crore nett in its first week. However, the goal has to be to earn much more than Rs. 40 crore nett in the first week and then see what happens on Friday.