Bollywood superstars were invited to a special screening of Sam Bahadur before to its release.
On December 1, Meghna Gulzar’s Sam Bahadur finally debuted on cinema. Vicky Kaushal’s film has made ₹9 crore on its second day at the box office, exceeding the opening day’s total of ₹6.25 crore, according to Bollywood trade expert Taran Adarsh. Based on the biography of Sam Manekshaw, the first Field Marshal of India, the biopic has made ₹15.25 crore at the domestic box office overall. Even though Rashmika Mandanna’s Animal and Ranbir Kapoor both have strong competition, Sam Bahadur has created a remarkable impression at the ticket office. In only two days, Animal has amassed almost ₹ 100 crore in revenue. “The real test begins tomorrow: the make-or-break Day 4 [Mon],” tweeted Taran Adarsh. To have an impact, it must remain steadfast in its highest-performing centers.
Saibal Chatterjee, who gave Sam Bahadur 3.5 stars in his NDTV review, stated that the character depicted on screen is not a Bollywoodized version of a hero from Indian military history, but rather a man with a real-world background who possesses remarkable intelligence and courage. What does a name mean? As the film about him reveals, there is a great deal in the case of Sam Manekshaw. Sam’s parents had given him the name Cyrus, but they felt compelled to change it after a robber by that name was just apprehended in the neighborhood, as we see in the opening scene.
Bollywood superstars were invited to a special screening of Sam Bahadur before to its release. At the screening were Rekha, Sidharth Malhotra, and Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal’s wife. Filmmaker Karan Johar expressed his appreciation for Vicky Kaushal’s performance on Instagram Stories after seeing the movie. “His name is Sam Bahadur, and he is a true artist,” the message stated. Vicky Kaushal brilliantly and effortlessly personifies the icon like a true pro! This is a fantastic depiction, right down to the tone changes and body language! Bravo for his performance! Bravo to Ronnie and RSVP Movies crew for creating this well-executed product and daring to be content producers.”