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SRK in an attempt to quell the negativity came to two packed press screening of the film on Thursday night and requested the 400 odd film critics to refrain from posting anything on social media till the film's screening was complete.

Mumbai: It is not a hidden fact that Nobel Prize victor Malala Yousafzai admires Superstar Shah Rukh Khan's work and recently she got an opportunity to watch his latest release "Zero" and she loves the film.

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However, Zero is performing better than SRK's previous movie Jab Harry Met Sejal which grossed Rs 15.25 crore only on its first day. The Aanand L Rai directorial has released on 21st December 2018. Sadly, the flawed writing - especially the second hour - takes the film downhill.

Trade analyst and a film critic Taran Adarsh tweeted earlier that the opening weekend will be extremely crucial for the film's business. As per boxofficeindia.com, the opening in terms of occupancy is a little less than 2.0 (Hindi) but the release is wider. In Zero, she plays Babita Kumari, a diva who is battling alcoholism, and, according to a leading publication, that phase has been showcased in the song Heer Badnaam, which was released by the makers today. The film is getting a mixed response but the team of Aanand L Rai's film have still touched many hearts with the story.

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While the movie has some stellar names attached to it, it has failed to cash in on them.

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