Satyaprem Ki Katha Box Office Collection: The collection of Karthik Aryan and Kiara Advani’s Satyaprem Ki Katha saw a slight drop on the second day. The film, released on Thursday, opened at Rs 9.25 crore at the box office. However, on Friday, the Sameer Vidwan directorial saw a drop of 22 per cent.
Satyaprem Ki Katha collected approximately Rs 7.19 crore on Friday, reports tracker Sacnilk.com. With this, the total collection of the film now stands at Rs 24.46 crore. The report also claimed that Satyaprem Ki Katha’s earnings are likely to increase with the coming weekend. It was also estimated that the film may earn around Rs 8 crore on Saturday.
On Friday, Kiara Advani also penned a note on her Instagram Stories thanking her fans for showering love on Satyaprem’s story. “The thing that has really impressed me today is that my fans are happy with all the reviews I have been getting… They have supported me from the beginning and it makes me really emotional to see them feel the victory , I am grateful to them for this, it has taken me a while, but finally we are here! This is his success. This love is truly magical. #JustGrateful,” she wrote.
This is Kiara’s second collaboration with Kartik Aaryan after Satyaprem’s Katha Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. Apart from Kiara and Kartik, the film also stars Supriya Pathak Kapoor, Gajraj Rao, Siddharth Randheria, Anuradha Patel, Rajpal Yadav, Nirmit Sawant and Shikha Talsania in pivotal roles. The film is jointly produced by Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and Namah Pictures.
News18 Shosha’s review for Satyaprem Ki Katha stated, “We already got a glimpse of Kiara Advani’s acting prowess in the emotional scenes of Jugjug Jeeyo, but with Satyaprem Ki Katha, she takes it a notch higher. She proves that beneath the glamor avatar lies an actor waiting to be discovered. Kudos to Kiara for playing an unconventional role. Karthik too handles a complex role with remarkable ease. Despite being a love story, the actor shows a different side of himself. Be it romance, comedy or emotionally heavy scenes, there is not a single frame where the actor loses his grip.