Bollywood is one of the biggest movie producers in India and every time it gives shock by marking movies like ‘Rustom’ which is an India Crime thriller movie which is being written by Tinu Suresh Desai and is produced by Neeraj Pandey. The movie is featuring Akshay Kumar, Illeana D’Cruz, Arjan Bajwa and Esha Gupta in the lead roles.
The movie is based on the real-life story of Naval Officer K.M Nanavati and the story of his businessmen friend Prem Ahuja. The story backs to the 50’s, where a naval officer Rustom Pavri which is being played by Akshay Kumar is married to Cynthia after going against his father’s will. Their story was going very lovely and all the things are going as expected, but the tables start turning when one day Rustom finds the love affair between his wife and his childhood friend Vikram Makhija. He then later searches over this topic and also finds adequate proofs to reveal all the things which are going against his will and acceptance.
Rustom issues a pistol and went to Vikram’s house. After sometime Vikram’s servant comes to hear a gunshot and finds his body in the blood pool. He also saw Rustom going from there walking with a gun in his hand, he also surrenders to police and then the investigation begins with Vincent Lobo which is being played by Pawan Malhotra, who starts the investigation. The whole nation gets so much shocked when the evidence starts telling the story of the murder and everything starts getting more and more confusing for them.
he whole story is portrayed very amazingly and perfectly as the directors focus on the thrilling story which is filled with perfectly timed acting. The movie hs done amazing collection but not as expected by the makers and Akki fan following. The first-day collection of the movie is 14.11crore and the total collection of the movie till now is, Rs 14.11 Cr
Saturday Rs 16.43 Cr
Sunday Rs 19.88 Cr
Monday Rs 17.81 Cr
Tuesday Rs 8.75 Cr*
India Net. Rs 76.98 Cr*
Overseas Rs 15.40 Cr
Worldwide Rs 92.38 Cr.
The movie is going great and is still going amazingly on the theaters.