Shahid Kapoor-Kriti Sanon’s Film Is Inching Towards Rs 70 Crore


Teri Baton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya Box Office Collection Day 15: Shahid Kapoor-Kriti Sanon's film heading towards Rs 70 crore

Kriti Sanon and Shahid Kapoor in a scene from the film. (courtesy: youtube)

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15 day report card I got so entangled in your words. is finally here. According to Sacknilk, Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon's romantic comedy has earned Rs 2.30 crore at the domestic box office. The report states that the total collection of the film has now reached Rs 68.30 crore. Directed by Amit Joshi and Aradhana Sah, the film talks about a unique love story between a human and a robot. I got so entangled in your words. It stars Shahid Kapoor as robot engineer Aryan Agnihotri and Kriti Sanon as Super Intelligent Female Robot Automation (SIFRA). Dharmendra, Dimple Kapadia, Rakesh Bedi, Ashish Verma and Rakesh Kumar are also part of the film.

Recently, Kriti Sanon was seen surprising fans in a cinema hall after a show. I got so entangled in your words., The actress shared the clip on her Instagram timeline, in which she can be heard asking the crowd, “How do you find the picture, [How’d you like the movie?]Responding to this the crowd says, “Very good [Absolutely brilliant],'' as they cheer for him. Kriti also asks, “Part 2 Want Banana, [Should we make a Part 2?], and the answer is a resounding “Yes!” Sharing the video, Kriti Sanon wrote: “The love of the audience, their laughter, seeing them enjoying and clapping! This is what we work for!! I am overwhelmed by the love I am receiving for T.Jiya got entangled in a lot of things., Thanks for loving Aryan (Shahid Kapoor) and Sifra's “Asambhaav” C love story!”

In his review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee gave I got so entangled in your words. 1.5 out of 5 stars and wrote, “What I got so entangled in your words. That he wants to drive becomes clear when the single hero tells his married male friend that the robotic woman who has wandered into his life is better than a nagging wife. Neither of them blink when given the line because they believe a woman has to be an engineer to get in line. If it's any consolation, maybe both people are perfect in their own right but they aren't completely toxic. The film in which these characters star is an informal, unabashedly erotic comedy of manners, a slapped cross between an obnoxious Kabir Singh and an inconsistent postmortem of love,

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