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Cristina Cross
December 25, 2018

Shah Rukh Khan's Zero opened with Rs 20.14 crore on day one, which was not an impressive beginning considering the buzz around the film and the number of screens. The film's total stands at Rs 59.07 crore now. However, it was shocking that Khan's presence in the film did not lead to an increase in footfall over Saturday and Sunday.

Despite box office failure, Zero has found some fans too.

Salman Khan arriving at the party
Salman Khan arriving at the party

While Zero has got mixed reviews, the performances of SRK, Anushka and Katrina are being praised. He was last seen in 2017's Jab Harry Met Sejal.

"Hello Shah Rukh Khan, it was very nice to watch your movie, it was very entertaining and my whole family loved it", she said, and expressed her desire to meet the actor.

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The film is expected to gain momentum over the weekend and is all set to enjoy the Christmas holiday. According to Box Office India, the film's global collections are approximately Rs 100 crore. Parts of Anand L. Rai's Zero were leaked on Twitter by fans watching the film in theatres.

Zero is a love story that revolves around a vertically challenged man, Bauua Singh (played by Shah Rukh Khan).

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Nobel Prize victor Malala Yousafzai has lauded superstar Shah Rukh Khan's performance in his latest release Zero where he plays a dwarf named Bauua Singh, reported Times Now.

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