John Abraham’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’ is restless for the viewer, the first day is the startling earnings
John Abraham has released many subject-related films in the last few years, which has been quite liked by the audience. His last release, ‘Atom: The Story of Pokhran’, was not only appreciated by critics but also by audience. On this Independence Day, he is coming with his new movie ‘Satyamev Jayate’.Though the film is a traditional Bollywood masala entertainer, its subject concerns every section of the society. In such a scenario, the enthusiasm of seeing Satyamev Jayate among the spectators is clearly visible.
Producers are releasing their film with ‘Satyamev Jayate’, with about 2000 screens, due to which trade experts are hoping to earn about 10-12 crore rupees on the first day of John’s film.
According to Bollywood Life, ‘John Abraham has always been recognized as an action hero and on his own few films he has made a credibility in the audience. His Satyamev Jayate theme based and Masala Entertainer looks a great mix of films, which is why it is expected to get tremendous opening. In the trailer of the movie, John Abraham was seen doing a lot of action and great action,In such a scenario, the film will start exploding from the first day in single screen theaters. May be Satyamev Jayate also become the greatest opener of John Abraham.
Let me tell you, along with John Abraham, Manoj Bajpei will also be seen in ‘Satyamev Jayate’, who will appear as an honest police officer. Along with these two, Ayesha Sharma will be seen in Bollywood with ‘Satyamev Jayate’. Ayesha and John’s Chemistry are excited by the audience right now. We are all hopeful that John Abraham’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’ will earn a lot on Independence Day.
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