Teamfeaturing a star-studded cast including Kareena Kapoor Khan, Critical I say It is Taboo, continued its run at the box office with mixed results in terms of revenue. On Monday, the film maintained decent collections, grossing approximately 4.20 crores, marking a 60 percent drop from its opening day collections. However, Tuesday witnessed a further decline in its box office performance.
According to Sacnilk, Crew is expected to earn around Rs 3.50 crore on its fifth day of release. The film's Hindi occupancy rate was 12.99 percent on Tuesday, contributing to an overall box office collection of Rs 37.20 crore. Despite the star power of its lead actors, Crew's box office numbers indicate a gradual decline in audience interest as the days progress.

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About that, Criti said that she along with co-stars Tabu and Karen would love to reunite for a possible sequel. Crew follows three air hostesses, played by Tabu, Kareena and Kriti, whose future seems uncertain as their airline Kohinoor is on the verge of bankruptcy, until they find a dead passenger smuggling gold biscuits. Also stars Diljit Dosanjh It is Kapil Sharma.



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