Sanjay Dutt starrer 'Bhoomi' movie review!

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Despite a huge line up of interesting films, Dutt says he deliberately chose Omung Kumar directed Bhoomi as his comeback film as it had a message despite being a commercial film. Bhoomi is releasing alongside Haseena Parkar and Newton, but trade analysts have speculated that the movie will emerge as the victor in the box office run collecting the highest earnings on the opening day.

On the other hand, Aditi Rao Hyadri who is playing the on-screen daughter claimed that Sanjay Dutt is as caring off-screen as he is in the film. By this weekend, the film will probably garner Rs 12 crore. The movie, which stars Aditi Rao Hydari and Sidhant Gupta in lead roles, earned Rs 4.72 crore in two days of its release. Ankur Bhatia plays the role of Haseena's husband in the film.

When asked about its competition, he had said, "All three films will perform well". The news, along with the rave reviews from the critics, gave a positive boost to Rajkummar Rao's black comedy.

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Bhoomi, the film Trade predicted as having a better buzz than Haseena Parkar and Newton, is taking it slow and steady at the box office.

Director Amit Masurkar's Newton is the story of Nutan Kumar, a small-time government clerk, who has been sent on election duty to the conflict-ridden Chattisgarh forests of India, in a village controlled by Naxalites. In past Sanjay Dutt already acted in "Pitaah" released on 2002 based on same type of plot.

This movie tells us that a rape is committed after every 20 minutes in India, so please, let's not exploit the subject while delivering the false promise of making a drama with an anti-rape message at its core.

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