Is Jagga Jasoos Ranbir-Katrina's last film together?

Ranbir Kapoor's'Jagga Jasoos, which released on July 14 has received positive reviews from critics. In'Dragon, Ranbir will be seen opposite Alia Bhatt

With all the cold war news between Ranbir and Katrina, what brings us to a question is that will Jagga Jasoos be Ranbir and Katrina's last film together? The movie has fared quite well at the box too. The film, co-produced by Ranbir is made with on a confounding budget of Rs 110 crore. Ranbir Kapoor, who had already moved on, had no problems with promoting the film with anyone, even a lately dumped ex. Raja Sen gave Jagga Jasoos four stars out of five. But there have been reports of Katrina being upset with Ranbir during the promotional events.

The actor added, "Whenever I was shooting for Jagga Jasoos, I used to never tell people that I am shooting for a different film because I was exhausted of explaining about the delay".

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The musical opened at the box office at Rs 8.57 crore on July 14, earned Rs 11.53 crore on July 15 and raked in Rs 13.07 crore on July 16, making the total collection Rs 33.17 crore.

Whatever the explanation the fact is, audiences can easily make out the difference, with or without Jagga's sleuthing to help us decode the real Katrina voice from her imposter. And because of that, the director did a lot of mistakes while shooting some of the scenes of Jagga Jasoos, that resulted in reshooting them, further raising the production cost. He said, "Actually the inside joke was AbRam was born when the time we started the shooting of the film, so we were counting the time by his age". And the film review is also positive for jagga Jaoos. "The experience of singing for Jagga has been priceless". The film's plot is labyrinthine, and it seems like new plot threads and story elements are added nearly as quickly as Jagga's stammer turns to song, however, once I relinquished the urge to set everything in it's place and keep track of all of the characters and decided just to let the film wash over me, I was overwhelmed by the joy of it all. I am sure that you all are going to love this movie because of the good screenplay and acting work.

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