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Nayika Devi Box Office Collection: The Warrior Queen Had Grossed 0.27 Crore in India!

In the Gujarati language film ‘Nayika Devi – The Warrior Queen.’ Khushi Shah (actress), Chetan Dahiya, Jayesh More, Chirag Jani, Binda Rawal, Kaushambi Bhatt, Manoj Joshi, Chunky Panday, Mamta Soni, Harry Rathod, and Akash Zala are some of the leading actors, actresses, and supporting characters.

Nayika had a son named Mularaja with Chaulukya ruler Ajayapala. Mohammad Ghori loses the battle in 1178 AD, and she triumphs.

Biopic Based On Queen Naiki Devi

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From 1175, Queen Naiki Devi (IAST: Nyik Dev) was the regent queen of the Chaulukya dynasty (Solanki Rajputs) during the infancy of her son Mularaja II. She was probably born into the Chandela ruler Paramardi’s family. She was married to Ajayapala, the Chaulukya King.

Queen Naiki Devi led the Rajput Confederation to victory at the Battle of Kasahrada in 1178, defeating Muhammad Ghori at Garraghaa pass. After being defeated in combat, Muhammad Ghori was forced to flee through the desert to Afghanistan.

Her early life is unknown, although she was the daughter of a Paramardi, according to Prabandhachintamani of Merutunga. This Paramardin was previously mistakenly identified as Kadamba king Permadideva, but respected historian Ashoke Kumar Majumdar believes she was the daughter of Chandela monarch Paramardi (reigned c. 1165-1203 CE).

She was married to the Chaulukya ruler Ajayapala and had a son named Mularaja, who succeeded his father as king following his death. In 1175, when her son succeeded his father as king, she became regent during her son’s minority.

Naiki devi was the queen regent of the Chaulukya empire during her son’s infancy, and it was at this period that Muhammad Ghori invaded India over the Thar Desert in 1178 A.D.

According to chronicler Merutunga, Naiki devi marched with her son Mularaja in her lap at the head of the Chaulukya army and destroyed the Ghurid soldiers at Gharraghaa pass, earning her son the title of “vanquisher of the king of Ghazni.” The battle took place in a village called Kayandra near the Abu Hills’ slopes.

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nayika devi box office collection

  • Ragi Jani as Sarvadev Pandit
  • Chirag Jani as Kumar Ajaypal
  • Binda Rawal as Maharani Bhopalde
  • Mamta Soni as Shahastrakala
  • Kaushambi Bhatt
  • Harry Rathod
  • Akash Zala
  • Ojas Rawal
  • Morli Patel
  • Brinda Trivedi
  • Anuresh Ninad
  • Vinayak Ketkar
  • Aayush Jadeja
  • Dhairya Chauhan
  • Haider Bakrolwala
  • Bhavya Sirohi

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nayika devi box office collection

The Warrior Queen, Nayika Devi, is a historical drama set in the 12th century. The movie tells the story of India’s first female warrior. The story of Chalukya, the Gujarati Queen, who not only governed Patan for many years but also defeated Muhammad Ghori on the battlefield in 1178.

Box Office Collection:

Day India Net Collection Change(+/-)
Day 1 [1st Friday] ₹ 0.07 Cr * rough data
Day 2 [1st Saturday] ₹ 0.06 Cr * rough data -14.29%
Day 3 [1st Sunday] ₹ 0.07 Cr * rough data 16.67%
Day 4 [1st Monday] ₹ 0.03 Cr * rough data -57.14%
Day 5 [1st Tuesday] ₹ 0.04 Cr * rough data 33.33%
Day 6 [1st Wednesday] ₹ 0.03 Cr * may earn
Total ₹ 0.30 Cr


Nayika Devi – The Warrior Queen had a poor first five days at the box office, grossing only 0.27 crore in India.

The following is the 6th-day box office collection and occupancy for Nayika Devi – The Warrior Queen.

On its sixth day, Nayika Devi – The Warrior Queen might make 0.03 crore rupees on India net.

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Nitin Gawde directed the Gujarati historical drama film Nayika Devi. Because this picture was not done on a large budget, I was concerned that the production quality would be poor, but I was proven wrong.

The graphics, set designs, art director’s work, makeup, and clothing all contributed to the film’s overall aesthetic. In every way, this film is outstanding.

Despite the film’s low budget, most of the scenes or set designs appear to be from a Sanjay Leela Bhansali directed film.

Some graphics were used in the climactic action sequences that were not particularly remarkable, although this isn’t a major flaw.

Khushi Shah Ji has done an excellent job in the character of Nayika Devi, whether it was with her beauty, her energy, or her inventiveness; in general, she has tried her hardest to give her all.

When her husband dies and Naiyka Devi wakes up and refuses to allow her kingdom to dissolve in any case, this scene becomes memorable, even though it is still playing in my memory.

In his role as Muhammad Gori, Chunky Pandey looks fantastic. In each of his emotions, Chunky Pandey captures Muhammad Gori’s ruthlessness, but the film fails to depict Muhammad Gori’s horrors.

When Muhammad Gori stormed India, how did he go about committing atrocities, robbing, and destroying temples? All of this should have been stated in the plot, and the film’s impact would have risen much higher.

The rest of the cast has likewise given their all to their roles.

So the picture gets full grades for overall actor performances, direction, art director work, set designs, makeup, and costumes in these areas.