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Progress report on Aayush Sharma’s film

Ruslaan Box Office Collection Day 9: Progress Report on Aayush Sharma's Film

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Ruslaan seems to have difficulty finding resonance with film fans. On its first Saturday (Day 9), the film reportedly failed to sell tickets and closed with zero revenue, according to a Sacnilk report. So far, the action-packed film has grossed ₹4 crore at the domestic box office. Directed by Karan Butani, Ruslaan features Aayush Sharma in the titular role. He portrays the son of a dead terrorist, who is later adopted by a police officer. The film also features Sushrii Mishraa, Vidya Malvade, Jagapathi Babu and Sangay Tsheltrim in important roles. Ruslaan is produced by KK Radhamohan’s Sri Sathya Sai Arts.

Ruslaan marks the Bollywood debut of Sushirii Mishraa, who plays the role of Vaani in the film. A few days ago, the actress shared a series of photos and videos on Instagram, showing some behind-the-scenes fun from the film set. In her caption, Sushirii expressed her gratitude towards the Ruslaan team, writing, “This one is for the silent heroes where I learned to bring myself to the table, who brought out the best in me and where I learned to brush away my bruises like dust. To the best director Karan Butani, the kindest DOP Srinivas Reddy and the coolest action masters Vikram Dahiya, Dinesh Subbarayan and the best team of incredibly talented stuntmen who taught me about life, passion and humility.

Meanwhile, film critic Saibal Chatterjee gave an NDTV review Ruslaan 1.5 out of 5 stars. He wrote: ‘The character of Ruslaan is an extension because the story starts with a Muslim terrorist getting his comeuppance. It is the responsibility of his son, the sole survivor of the family, to work extremely hard to clear his name.”

“RuslaanFor all the deafening noise it makes about the hero’s unwavering, steely loyalty, it emphatically reinforces the binary between good Muslims and bad Muslims. The bad is extremely bad; the good is immeasurably good,” Saibal Chatterjee added.