Kuttey Box Office: Arjun Kapoor starrer records decent first day collections

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Arjun Kapoor starrer Kuttey opened in theatres on Friday, January 13 and has made decent collections at the box office.  The dark comedy-drama also features Konkona Sensharma, Naseeruddin Shah, Radhika Madan, and Tabu with Kumud Mishra and Shardul Bhardwaj in pivotal roles. It has managed to get a decent opening on the first day of its release.

Kuttey first day box office collection:

The makers had left the fans intrigued with the trailer and posters of the dark comedy.  The movie is all about Bullets, Blood, and Betrayal, KUTTEY showcases the story of several dogs after one bone which is being loved by the audience. The movie marks the directorial debut of Aasman Bharadwaj and has collected Rs.1.07 crores on its first day.

 

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Prior to the big release of the film, makers had created a ton of anticipation by hosting an event ‘Mehfil- E- Khaas’, where several renowned singers and poets such as legendary Gulzar Saab, Rekha Bharadwaj, Vishal Bharadwaj sang their respective poems and songs. The event was euphoric and a huge hit amongst the listeners.

 

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Kuttey has Arjun Kapoor and Tabu playing a cop and an investigating officer. On the other hand, Naseeruddin Shah is essaying the role of a gangster. Interestingly, Vishal Bhardwaj, who composed it (and directed Kaminey), has also composed the music for Kuttey with lyrics by Gulzar. He has also recreated the Kaminey title track in Aasmaan’s movie.

Arjun Kapoor starrer is produced by Luv Ranjan, Vishal Bhardwaj, Ankur Garg and Rekha Bhardwaj under the banner of Luv Films and Vishal Bhardwaj Films and presented by Gulshan Kumar and Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series. The film’s music will be scored by Vishal Bhardwaj with lyrics penned by Gulzar.

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