Mohenjo Daro {Sixth} 6th Day Collection: Hrithik Roshan’s Movie Earn Good Amount On Box Office

Mohenjo Daro

Mohenjo Daro which is an epic movie being directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, the movie is having a lot of things and genres in it. The movie is an adventurous-thrilling romantic movie with lots of action scenes and the plotting of the movie is quite impressive as according to the makers. Ashutosh has done serious search and research on this topic and has done almost three years of research before writing the story for the movie because he is also the writer of the movie too, taking help from the archeologists, Ashutosh wants to make sure that the movie is ensuring the authenticity being represented by this fictional story.

Mohenjo Daro

The movie story revolves around a simple farmer who travels to the grandest city named as ‘Mohenjo Daro’ for searching of some work. While travelling, he falls for a girl and then the things starts becoming worse for both of them. He has to fight his way to the city’s elite force and to fight against overwhelming odds situation to save their civilisation and society. The songs and music for the movie are composed by A.R Rehman and the songs are written by one of the most talented writers Javed Akhtar.

The movie is expecting a very big hype and buzz around the industry since the very first day when the trailer was out, but the movie didn’t make it to that mark. The movie is having so many expectations from the audience, but it didn’t work quite much. Makers are exciting because the whole concept of this movie is very much new because there was no movie which is based on the genre of ancient period and showing the imaginary world at that time by portraying the concept and marking the highlights which might be present in that period.

The movie is mostly affected by the other release ‘Rustom’ which is released just opposite and on the same day, which has caused the movie to suffer a lot and lost most of its earnings since the very first day. The collection of MohenjoDaro is as follows

  1. Fri 8.87 cr,

2. Sat 9.60 cr,

3. Sun 12.07 cr,

4. Mon 10.36 cr. Total: ₹ 40.90 cr.