Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle box office collection day 28: Dwayne Johnson’s film crosses the Rs 50 crore mark
Dwayne Johnson’s dark fantasy action adventure comedy film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has managed to remain rock-steady in its fourth week at the box office. Despite facing stiff competition from Bollywood films like Tiger Zinda Hai, Kaalkaandi, 1921 and Mukkabaaz, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle continued to attract the audience in the cinema halls. The film currently stands with the grand total of Rs 51.90 crore (Gross – 67.47 crore). Interestingly, the collections of this Hollywood film is way much higher than many Bollywood releases.
Directed by Jake Kasdan, the film is the second installment of the Jumanji franchise. Since the first part has received a cult status among the audience, the expectations from this film was great especially from the people who loved the first part. Despite some flaws and mixed reviews, the film managed to entice the movie buffs due to its entertaining content. (Also Read: Jumanji – Welcome to the Jungle box office collection day 10: Dwayne Johnson’s movie maintains stronghold, rakes in Rs 38 crore)
Our critic Rajat Tripathi gave the film three stars and said, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is an entertaining film and is worth paying the price of the ticket. We all remember the 1995 Jumanji, right? Whenever it’s on TV, we don’t change the channel for a couple of minutes, at least, for our favourite scene to play out. Well, the followup won’t live up to that legacy and that’s about it. The movie works like a charm as an action-comedy but as a fantasy-adventure, not so much. The body is smokin’ hot here but the heart is not in the right place.”