Crew, starring Kareena Kapoor, Kriti Sanon, and Tabu, made a debut at the movie office, earning ₹ 30 crore in its first weekend of sales. Nevertheless, the film’s revenue decreased, plunging 60% on its opening Monday. The earnings trend continued to decline, with a further decline on Tuesday, indicating a slowing in the momentum of the box office. Despite the weekday slowdown, Crew reportedly made ₹ 3.25 crore on Wednesday, continuing to generate income.

On Wednesday, the movie’s overall Hindi occupancy was 11.60%, which added to its six-day total profits of ₹ 40.70 crore.
In the background of their airline Kohinoor going bankrupt, the three air hostesses (Tabu, Kareena, and Kriti) find themselves in a startling turn of events when they discover a deceased passenger smuggling gold biscuits.

According to reports, 2000 theaters have seen the release of Crew. It made its debut in more than 1100 sites across more than 75 nations. It is stated that the film’s anticipated budget, which includes both production and advertising costs, is approximately ₹ 60 crore.

Reviews were mainly mixed when Crew debuted. In his NDTV review, movie critic Saibal Chatterjee gave the movie two stars and stated, “Crew would have been much more fun if it knew how to buoy things up with strokes of genuine inspiration.” Yes, that is what is glaringly absent from a movie that aims high but falls short of a consistent sparkling source.

Under the production companies of Anil Kapoor Film & Communications Network and Balaji Telefilms, Crew boasts an ensemble cast that includes Diljit Dosanjh, Kapil Sharma, Saswata Chatterjee, Rajesh Sharma, and Kulbhushan Kharbanda in addition to the three starring ladies.

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