Haseena Parkar Movie Has Slightly Lower Opening Than,Sanjay Dutt’s Bhoomi

Bollywood Career Of Shradha Kapoor was On Peak But,Her Last Movie Fails At Box Office,Ok Jaanu,Rock On 2 were not Good At The Box Office,Sharadha Kapoor Is Also Working Now Days On Saina Nehwal Biopic.

Best Of luck To Shradha For All Of Her Movies ,Lets See What Happens To This Movie,Below Are The Reports,Collections And Review Of Movie

Haseena Parkar Movie Reports

Movie Collection (Day Wise):-

Day 1 :-Fri.- 1.50 Crore

Day 2 :-Sat.

Day 3 Sun :-

Total :- 1.50 Crore


Screens :- 1000 Screens

Star Caste :-
Shradha Kapoor,Sidhant Kappor,Ankur Bhatia

Director Apoorva Lakhia
Producer Nahid Khan
Writter Suresh Nair
Screenplay Suresh Nair
Story Suresh Nair
MUSIC Sachin-Jigar


OVERALL :- Negtive (1.5 Stars)

Taran Adarsh Review-

Rajeev Masand Review –
Rating – 1 Star

Review :-

It’s bad enough that Shraddha Kapoor looks nothing like the real Haseena Parkar whom she plays in Apoorva Lakhia’s film, the makers have gone and padded her cheeks, filled out her frame, and, crucially, slathered her face with dusky make up. That might’ve still been okay, if they’d just stuck to one shade. It’s a muddy brown for the most part, she’s unmistakably grey in some places, and I could swear I spotted a yellow-orange tinge occasionally. Haseena Parkar, you say? More like ‘Haseena Darker’, if you think about it.

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Bollywood Life Review
Rating :- 2 Star

Review :-

The biggest problem is the story. Haseena Parkar is not a docu drama like Daddy nor is it a commercial gangster entertainer like Once Upon A Time In Mumbai. And it does not fare well as a biopic either. We don’t get an insight into the inner world of Dawood – Haseena nor is her journey to being an Aapa told in some detail

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NDTV Review
Rating :- 1.5 Star

Review :-

Shraddha Kapoor certainly isn’t the only problem with Haseena Parkar. Underworld period dramas have anyways outlived their utility. In terms of both style and substance, they now reek of musty monotony. The drudgery is only aggravated when the director resorts to outmoded, by-the-numbers storytelling that has little to commend itself. In the end, the film achieves neither grit nor glory.

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