Third day of box office earnings for Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya: So far, the movie has made around ₹26 crore in India. Reactions to the movie were not unanimous.
Day three box office receipts for Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya: The film has been performing exceptionally well at the box office, thanks to its first-time directors and writers, Aradhana Sah and Amit Joshi. The movie has made over ₹26 crore in three days of its release, according to Sacnilk.com. Kriti Sanon and Shahid Kapoor play the movie's key characters.
The movie brought in ₹6.7 crore on its first day and ₹9.65 crore on its second. Early estimates indicate that on its third day, Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya has probably made ₹10.50 crore nett in India. The movie has made ₹26.85 crore net in India thus far.
Shahid plays a man in the movie who intends to wed Sifra (Kriti Sanon), a robot, after falling in love. Dharmendra and Dimple Kapadia are among its cast members. It debuted in theaters to a mediocre reception. Maddock Films is the producer of Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya.
In their review, the Hindustan Times wrote, "Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya is a fantastic film that surpasses all previous futuristic shows and movies that have either entertained us or attempted to keep us captivated by the world of science and robots." Do you remember Rajinikanth as Chitti? Every time he performed an onscreen stunt or got into trouble, his charming demeanor captivated us. He actually has a sense of humor! Go further back in time and choose the television show Small Wonder, or its Indian adaptation Karishma Ka Karishma, in which a female robot raises a family as their second kid."
It went on, "We laughed so hard at those sitcoms! It wasn't even that horrible in Ra.One, which starred Shah Rukh Khan as a video game protagonist. However, Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya falls flat as an emotional response or a satisfying experience, with Sifra portraying a highly programmed robot who can detect even the smallest emotions on a human face but lacks all common sense."