"Zero has underperformed on day one, despite extensive release (in 4380 screens) and Christmas vacations", trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted about the Rs 20 crore net opening day collections. However, on the opening day, the film netted a mere Rs 20.14 Cr in India. The collection dropped due to its negative reviews from both critics and audiences. The film's total earning by Sunday stands at Rs 107 crore.
"Aanand, SRK, (writer) Himanshu Sharma redefine what hero and heroine are for Bollywood".
Zero also stars Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif and Tigmanshu Dhulia. "Watch the film completely and do what you want", said Khan, aware on how a few tweets during the show of his last release Jab Harry Met Sejal sabotaged his release. Malala shared a video message praising the newly released film. Parts of Anand L. Rai's Zero were leaked on Twitter by fans watching the film in theatres. Set against the backdrop of Meerut, "Zero" presents a unique as well as rooted story.
Salman Khan arriving at the party
Swara, who worked with the director in films like "Raanjhanaa" and "Tanu Weds Manu", "loved every second of "Zero". The actress was not able to be with her family for the festival due to promotional activities for her film 'Zero'.
Zero is a love story that revolves around a vertically challenged man, Bauua Singh (played by Shah Rukh Khan).
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Reduction of U.S. troops diplomatic victory for Pakistan
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