The biopic film of Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni, "M S Dhoni: The Untold Story" was released across the world on September 30, 2016. Most of the shows in India witnessed huge rush during the opening weekend of the film; thanks to the unquestionable star power of the limited over Indian skipper.

At the end of the first weekend, the film has reportedly grossed Rs 82 Crores, but unfortunately, the collections have dropped from Monday. 

As of Tuesday evening, the movie has collected 76 Crores, and the rate of revenue is expected to fall on the lower side till Saturday. Trade experts believe that the film will surely enter the elite 100 Crore club, but it will reach this mark only by the end of the third weekend.

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It should be also noted that this film is impressing multiplex audiences more than the viewers in B and C class centers. 

Movie dubbed in other languages too

The film has been dubbed and released simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu, and these versions are also spinning a decent sum from the screens. 

Director Neeraj Pandey and lead actor Sushant Sinh Rajput received positive acclaim from many eminent personalities. Suriya, one of the most versatile actors in Tamil Nadu tweeted and lauded Sushant for the excellent portrayal of Dhoni on screen.

As per Suriya, Sushant is an excellent actor, and the "Singam" star added that he was spellbound by the young actors performance. 

Box office collections reach Rs 82 crore in five days

Filmmaker Neeraj Pandey has crafted the film in a very emotional manner, and many of the scenes will make you sit on the edge of the seats. The only negative element in this movie is the mediocre computer graphics.

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In many scenes, the VFX experts tried to insert Sushant's figure to original cricket match sequences, but at many times, their efforts failed pathetically. Otherwise, this movie is a must watch inspirational outing from Neeraj, and it will surely give you a positive mindset while leaving the theaters after the show.