Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection

Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection : – 

Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection : –  

Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection

Noor is an upcoming Indian drama film directed by Sunhil Sippy that features Sonakshi Sinha in the lead titular role. The film is based on Pakistani author Saba Imtiaz’s novel Karachi, You’re Killing Me! And follows a Pakistani Journalish-writer Noor’s misadventures and love life as she navigates her way through Mumbai. After Akira, this is the anther movie which Sonakshi is carrying on her slender Shoulders. But all accounts, she is doing a good job. Another reason to watch the is its soundtrack. From the Reprised Gulabi Ankhein to dance-worthy Move Your Lakk which features Sonakshi, Dilijit Dosanjh and Badshah, the songs have been well received.

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The writers show impressive speed and skill in sketching their titular character. Noor (Sonakshi Sinha) is Klutzy, frumpy , dissatisfied with her job as a sensation-chasing journalist, and prone to complaining about her weight, her love life, and her life in general. She wants to do “Issue-based broadcast journalism”, instead, she’s assigned local stories about a woman who never takes her helmet off and a man who only walks on his hands.

The film is knowing or oblivious about Noor’s ineptitude at her job. When she lands an actual story – an organ harvesting racket carried out by a doctor working under a charitable trust – she conducts exactly one interview and immediately heads to office and demands that her editor, Shekhar (Manish Chaudhary), Put the story on air. Issue- based broadcast journalism is such a breeze – or so the audience is led to think until things suddenly go south. Yet, even when this happens, the film is more concerned with Noor being cheated out of her story than the high probatility that, had it been aired, the story would have invited scorn and possibly a lawsuit.

Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection

Noor wants to shine a light on serious issues but is stuck being the torchbearer of mediocre puff pieces. Her Childhood friend Saad (Gill) gives her pep-talks from the friendzone and her Mentro (Chaudhary) reigns her in when she’s too enthusiastic about a new expose. Even as she’s coming to terms with the hotness of her new boyfriend, Ayan (Kohli), her Maid Malti (Tambe) brings a major organ-trade racket to her notice.

Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection : –  

Noor 1st Day Box Office Collection: –    03 Cr.

Noor 2nd Day Box Office Collection: –  04 Cr.

Noor 3rd Day Box Office Collection: –   04.50 Cr.

Noor 4th Day Box Office Collection: –   02 Cr.

Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection: –   0.90 Cr.

Total Box Office Collection: –    14.40 Cr.

The film’s social commentary is as well-intentioned as it is heavy-handed. Despite Smita Tambe’s searching Performance as Noor’s hired help, there’s a sense that she exists in the film so that her employer can find her purpose in life. It’s difficult to take Noor’s truth seeking avatar – interrupted as its by a holiday in London too seriously. As a well-off  youngster who vaguely dissatisfied with her life, she might be grouped with Wake Up Sids Siddharth, Tamasha’s Ved and Dear Zindagi’s Kaira. This may be why the latter stages of Noor are so difficult to believe.

Noor 5th Day Box Office Collection

Since the movies gets this generation right, it has to get its flaws right too. Noor introduces a conflict which is serious and relevant, but offers very little by way of resolution. It unintentionally gives a nod to armchair – activism, and as representative of our time as it is, it simply cannot cover-up the lazy writing towards the end. A slightly stronger effort on the protagonist’s part could have propelled the movie into greatness. The is the Great debut that has come seven years into Sonakshi’s career. And for that, you must go meet Noor at Theatre.

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