Bastar Box office Collection Day 4: This film of Ada Sharma, which has given a film of Rs 500 crore, will not be able to earn Rs 5 crore.

Bastar The Naxal Story box office collection day 4: Although the film made the highest earning till date on Sunday (March 16) but it is still far behind ‘The Kerala Story’ (2023). According to, the film has earned more than ₹2 crore in India since its release. Adah Sharma is the lead actress of this film ‘Bastar: The Naxal Story’ produced by Vipul Amritlal Shah and directed by Sudipto Sen. The three last worked together on ‘The Kerala Story’.

Bastar India Box Office

The film earned ₹40 lakh on the first day (Friday) and ₹75 lakh on the second day (Saturday). According to initial estimates, it earned ₹90 lakh in India on its third day (Sunday). The film has so far earned a net worth of ₹2.05 crore in India. Now if we talk about Monday i.e. 18th March, the film earned only Rs 25 lakh on the fourth day. With this, the latest figure of the film’s collection is 2 crore 25 lakh.

What has this film brought?

This film is based on Naxalite rebellion in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. Adah Sharma plays the role of an IPS officer in this film directed by Sudipto Sen. This director’s ‘The Kerala Story’ had earned ₹16 crore at the domestic box office on the third day of its release.

What the director and producer said about Bastar

Recently Sudipto had called the film a ‘humanitarian document’. The director was quoted by news agency PTI as saying, “We are focusing on people who are facing violence on a daily basis. It is about gun violence that we have focused on in the film.”

Vipul had said, “We did not want to get into politics. We want to find out the human tragedy. All politics is on one side and the real victims are the common people. When will their pain come out in front of the people? We generally swear by politicians. We eat and leave the issue but this real human tragedy needs to be brought to the fore.”

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