The box office collection of Gunjan Saxena is not yet disclosed, but it is expected to be good this weekend. The biopic based on the life of Indian journalist Gunjan Saxena has Janhvi Kapoor as its lead. It is co-produced by Dharma productions and stars Angad Bedi and Pankaj Mishra. The budget of the movie has not been disclosed, but it is expected to earn profit through the OTT platform. Hence, the film might have been sold for thirty to 35 crores on the OTT platform.
The Gunjan Saxena box office collection is expected to be good if the film has the right script and good acting. The movie will be directed by Sharan Sharma and produced by Karan Johar and Hiroo Yash Johar. This biographical film has a star cast of Janhvi Kapoor, Angad Bedi, Vineet Kumar Singh, and Pankaj Tripathi.
The film is based on the real-life story of Gunjan Saxena, an Indian Air Force pilot during the battle of Kargil. Janhvi Kapoor is playing the role of the pilot while Pankaj Tripathi plays her fellow soldier. The film was originally scheduled for release on 13 March 2020 but was pulled from the release schedule and given to Netflix. Its box office collection has so far been impressive and will likely top the expected mark.
In addition to releasing the film on Netflix, Gunjan Saxena was also sold to the OTT giant Netflix for a 50 crore profit. The movie is also expected to earn more money through satellite rights than its theatrical release. In addition to the box office, the film will be available on a streaming service and on DVD. It is expected to start streaming on Netflix on August 12 of next year.
While the Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl film has an estimated budget of Rs. 40 crore, its release on Netflix has been delayed by a few days. There is no way to know how it will perform on the streaming service but it may be worth watching. If you are a fan of Komal Nahta and are looking for a new thriller to watch, Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl is a must-see. It will certainly be a must-watch this summer.
As a young girl, Gunjan Saxena wishes to become a pilot, but her older brother Anshuman will not allow her to do so. Gunjan is so fascinated with the cockpit that she eventually becomes an aircraft pilot. Despite this, she is discouraged by the exorbitant fees involved in pursuing her dream. But her father’s love for her does not discourage her from trying.