Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani's Kabir Singh has crossed the Rs 250-crore mark. The film, which released on June 21, is busy cooking up a storm at the box office.

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There's is no stopping for Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani's Kabir Singh at the box office. The film, which hit the screens on June 21, has been busy achieving new feats with each passing day. Kabir Singh movie is hit in box office and it's box office collection is over 260-crore mark in the world wide .


Though Arjun Reddy Hindi remake has set the cash registers ringing, the film faced severe criticism for glorifying misogyny. If Shahid Kapoor received flak for taking up the project, director Sandeep Vanga Reddy was criticised for showing toxic, abusive relationship in the film. After surpassing Uri's box office collection to become the 10th highest grossing Hindi film ever, Kabir Singh has now crossed the Rs 250-crore mark.

Vanga, however, tried to defend his stance in an interview. if you don't have the liberty of slapping each other, then I don’t see anything there. After surpassing Uri's box office collection to become the 10th highest grossing Hindi film ever, Kabir Singh has now crossed the Rs 250-crore mark.

The filmmaker also lashed out at critics saying that they probably never experienced (love) in the right way. He added, "For the Telugu film, people criticised numerous aspects in the film. But here, they were only on the feminist side, they didn't speak about anything else. They probably hate me."

Kabir Singh has turned to be the biggest hit of Shahid Kapoor's career and the actor is overwhelmed with the response.

Thanking his fans for the love and support, Shahid said, "The most flawed character I have ever played. Has become my most loved. Indeed, Indian cinema and the audience has come a long way. More power to brave choices. More power to you all for your maturity and humanness. You have given me wings to fly. To not only be burdened by the need to be loved to be a star but to have the courage to be hated in equal measure to be an actor.

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