Raastha Collection – Day 1 to 4 Days, Budget, Hit or flop?

Raastha Collection | Raastha Movie Collection

Here is a detailed report of the Raastha Collection to date. Rastha is a Malayalam film that was released on January 5th, 2024. The movie stars Sarjano Khalid, Anaga Narayanan, Sudesh, and many well-known actors in lead roles. Directed by Aneesh Anwar, the film features music by Avin Mohan Sithara. This article provides all the necessary information about Rastha collection, budget, whether it was a hit or flop, and its first-day collections.

Raastha Collection Till Now

Raastha Total Box Office collection

Day wise Collections in Crores
Day 1 0.16 Cr
Day 2 0.13 Cr
Day 3 0.1 Cr
Day 4 0.09 Cr
Day 5 TBA
Day 6 TBA
Total Collections 0.48 Cr

Raastha Day 1 Collection

  • On 1st Day Raastha movie collected around 0.16 Crores worldwide.

Raastha Advance bookings

  • For 1st day advance booking of 70 lakhs happened for Raastha Movie.
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Raastha Movie Budget

  • Raastha movie budget was approximately 3.5 Cr, Out of that 2.4 crores was for making costs, and the remaining 1.1 crore was for cast and production. and the movie was released by Alu Entertainment.

Raastha Rating

Raastha Movie rating – 2.5 out of 5

Raastha Movie Hit or Flop?

Raastha Movie failed at theatres, this movie got flop talk.

Raastha Trailer Verdict

Since the trailer is good and promising, the audience voted for the movie online and gave 3 out of 5 stars for the movie.

Raastha looks like a Family Thriller Movie.

Raastha Movie Review

The main characters’ background and the path that leads them to that situation are always key components of the survival drama format. The problem with the latest Aneesh Anwar movie Raastha is that it struggles to create an organic-looking scene on screen, even if the narrative attempts to create a little Aadu Jeevitham. Raastha’s pathetic attempts to cash in on the sentiment of non-resident Indians are thwarted by the characters’ ludicrous choices, which make the film’s foray into the survival drama genre seem extremely forced.

Faisal resides in Oman as an NRI. He is in love with his coworker Divya and works for a corporation. A girl named Shahana travels to Oman one day in quest of her mother, who had to abandon their Kerala home twenty years prior. Faisal was asked by Saleem, the man who volunteered to assist Shahana in finding her mother, to assist Shahana while she was there. In the film, we follow the search for Shahana’s mother and the tragic circumstances that the group that went in search of her had to deal with.

The creators’ inspiration for this film came from this desert known as Rub’ al Khali. Many people who have attempted to cross this hostile and hazardous desert have perished in it. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that a terrain like that would inspire filmmakers to base a survival thriller there. But to get there, the literature doesn’t have to work hard to develop the characters and let us feel sympathy for them through their difficult situations. A group of four people are traveling 600 kilometers to a distant destination, and at the end of the day, the most obnoxious person in the group persuades them to take a diversion to see a sunset. Though, why? The script’s jerky transitions into key scenes give the prose an extremely sloppy appearance.

This time around, Aneesh Anwar, whose films have usually erred on the side of melodrama, is truly finding it difficult to give the characters’ feelings nuance. To get to that desert, the first half of the narrative meanders aimlessly. The movie is burdened by the tension they generate in the hero’s love story and by all the various subplots that are never even discussed in the second half, which is essentially exposing the lack of ideas. Raastha had the potential to be a true blue survival story until the movie entered the second half, which takes place entirely in the desert, but it falls short of creating any kind of excitement due to a ton of clichés that we could see coming almost immediately. The final song, performed by Sooraj Santhosh, greatly contributed to the film’s attempt to have a slight edge, while the other songs were unmemorable and heavily auto-tuned.

As Faisal, Sarjano Khalid—whose line delivery frequently detracts from the performance—did a passable job in this film. As Divya, Faisal’s love interest, Aradhya Ann is still firmly in character from Thaal, and it is somewhat painful to watch her overly dramatic portrayal of possessiveness. In that one-dimensionally depressing part, Anagha Narayanan did alright. The director, Aneesh Anwar, has adopted the persona of a pathetic comedy sidekick whose careless suggestion started it all. I think the director did an amazing job of acting if the audience’s desire to slap Mujeeb was a good indicator of how well the performance went. The other actors in the cast include Sudheesh, Irshad, TG Ravi, and others.

I won’t even claim that Raastha was a lost chance. Considering that this film never gives the feeling that something unexpected or unseen would occur. Raastha is essentially a conceptually lazy product, with a forced second half survival tale and a drawn-out first half that seeks to capitalise on the sentiment of NRIs.


Raastha box office collection Updated here are collected from various sources offline and online. So they should not be treated as accurate ones.

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