Jayeshbhai Jordaar is turning out to be a huge disappointment for fans. Ranveer Singh's social comedy saw a marginal rise in numbers on Saturday making Rs 3.8 crores at the box office. This is a very poor show. On Friday, the movie had made Rs 3.2 crores at the box office. The collections were the same as Ajay Devgn-Rakul Preet Singh's Runway 34. But the Tanhaji actor's movie picked up some pace after a poor start. Also Read - Sohail Khan-Seema Khan divorce: When Huma Qureshi rubbished rumours of breaking the marriage; said, 'Sohail is my...' Jayeshbhai Jordaar is facing competition from Sarkaru Vaari Paata, Sivakartikeyan's Don, Bengali film Aparajito and Saunkan Saunkne, the Punjabi film which is doing great. Those who have seen Jayeshbhai Jordaar have said that while Ranveer Singh, Ratna Pathak Shah and Shalini Pandey are good, the script is quite poor. Many critics did not like how the serious issue of female infanticide was treated in the movie. Also Read - Kangana Ranaut complains that Ajay Devgn will never promote her films; reveals Akshay Kumar called her secretly after Thalaivii #JayeshbhaiJordaar has a shockingly low start on Day 1... Day 2 and 3 very crucial... Fri ₹ 3.25 cr. #India biz. pic.twitter.com/THTPjHYLeV— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 14, 2022Jayeshbhai Jordaar is set in Gujarat. Ranveer Singh is getting a lot of love though for his performance as Jayeshbhai. He is the only redeeming factor of the movie. Our critic Russell D'Silva wrote, "Ranveer Singh, Ranveer Singh, Ranveer Singh! That's sums up everything. The actor has progressed with each film and Jayeshbhai Jordaar is yet another classic added to his list. From mannerism, accent to emotions - he has got everything right. He simply flows effortlessly from one scene to another like maska spreads on bread." Also Read - Anupamaa: Rupali Ganguly, Gaurav Khanna and other cast members' transformation over the years will shock you Ranveer Singh has Cirkus with Rohit Shetty next. The movie is coming out in December. Their film Simmba in 2018 was a super duper hit.