John Abraham’s latest film Romeo Akbar Walter, which was released yesterday, was inspired by the real story in 1971. According to the report, the film registers 10 to 15 percent registration on the first day of the morning, which signals a great starting point.
Romeo Akbar Walter- wrote and directed by Robbie Grewal. This picture revolves around one of India’s agents, which is spreading tension between India and Pakistan. According to trade analyst Girish Johar, this film is expected to earn 6-6.5 crore taka on the first day of the Liberation War.
Romeo Akbar Walter (RH), acting as John Abraham, played the warm response of the domestic box office. The spying action thriller has collected 5 million taka on the first day of the movie, which is a great start to all. The picture of the observation day is the equivalent of the second ending article Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran (4.82 crore rupees). However, this is not a match for his last release of Satyamev Jayate. On 1st day 19.50 crore taka money was created. However, it must be noted that the National Film released on Independence Day is a national holiday.
Considering the current trend, RAB will be able to increase substantially to ensure a healthy first weekend on Saturdays and Sundays. Although the journey can be hard, but more interesting is not to get an impressive review from this Cinema Viewer. The face is not great, Girish Johar said before a daily, “Jhon loves his movies very carefully because he does not want to disappoint his fans. He likes any, everything is good.Even with RAW, the promotional material we’ve seen is great. Based on an Indian spy working on the photo Pakisthan and its appearance, it seems like an interesting and exciting journey to the box office. I’m expecting a good start for this movie. 6-6.5 crore taka “
Romeo Akbar Walter India’s criticism criticized Charu Thakur for calling this cinema, “Two-and-a-half-long Yuan festival organized by Ravi Groul.” People were frustrated with reading our review, “If the slow-slow play occurs, then John Abraham’s wooden face adds a 144-minute long trauma, although there is a very close Scene, it’s a difficult expression in which Jhon faces face-to-face.”In the survey of this 3-second survey,” Romio Akbar is another interesting film by Walter John Abraham. The film is an incognito and has enough twists and turns to keep you engaged. Go for it.