Akshay Kumar's PadMan earns Rs. 10.26 crores on opening day

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Odias on social media are also doing their bit and taking up the Padman challenge to discuss the otherwise-shushed issue of the monthly cycle of women, menstrual hygiene and sanitary pads. Also, the experts are saying that the whole first weekend will be a good deal for the makers and they are going to score such a good profit from the movie. The biz, expectedly, picked up towards evening/night shows... As per the tweet of Bollywood business and trade analyst, the Friday collection stands at Rs. 10.26 crore. Padman, infact, is a narrative taken from one of the short stories of her own book, The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad.

He is the real man behind the making of low-priced sanitary pads with his own made cheap material machine. Akshay shifted PadMan from January 25 to February 9, in a bid to avoid a clash with Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh-starrer Padmaavat. Earlier it was scheduled to be released on Republic Day.

Film reviewer Sriram Ray thinks Padman could be Akshay's sixth successive movie to gross more than '100 crore. The Akshay Kumar starrer was in the news for its socially relevant message about menstruation and the need to use sanitary pads.

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Akshay Kumar's movies in recent years have been based on social issues and real life stories. A decent start is there which means that now it is time for the Balki directed film to consolidate.

In addition to this, Khiladi Kumar asked the fellow actors of the industry to post pictures with a sanitary pad. But now, With positive mouth talk, many people are rushing to the film which is why the film has grossed more on its second day instead of its first day, Saturday is the second factor for the rise of income. Now, there is one problem of plagiarism just came in front. Ripu Daman Jaiswal, a writer, posted a series of tweets of how almost a dozen scenes from his script has found their way into Pad Man.

Stay tuned for updates.

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