Ajay Devgn starrer Raid directed by Raj Kumar Gupta has released today (March 16) and the critics are impressed with his intense performance, riveting story and the dialogue-baazi between him and his main nemesis Saurabh Shukla in the film. However, most celebs would agree that their biggest critics come from inside their families and the case in no different for Ajay. The actor’s son Yug saw the film last night and he had a word or two about it. Also Read - Happy Birthday Kajol: Interesting Facts About Bollywood’s Gorgeous Actor

Mommy Kajol, who loved the film and reviewed it on social media with, “My review of Raid:- Loved it. Laughed, clapped and wanted to take Amma home with me!”, shared their son Yug’s review of Raid as well and it is something that will make papa very happy and proud. Also Read - Sonakshi Sinha’s First Look in Bhuj: The Pride of India Poster as Sunderben Jetha Madharparya is Remarkable

In a tweet, Kajol shared, “Yugs review of Raid:- I learnt about income tax!” Aww, isn’t that sweet and isn’t that just the message a little kid could get out of a film revolving around a dedicated IT officer taking on a corrupt Baahubali? Also Read - Confirmed List of 12 Hindi Movies to Stream on Netflix India in 2020 Including Ludo, Gunjan Saxena, And Class of '83

Raid Movie Review: Ajay Devgn – Saurabh Sukhla’s Dialogue-Baazi, Fast Paced Riveting Drama Make The Film Unmissable, Feel Critics

Raid Movie Review: Ajay Devgn – Saurabh Sukhla’s Dialogue-Baazi, Fast Paced Riveting Drama Make The Film Unmissable, Feel Critics

The film has got good reviews from across and trade analyst and senior film critic Taran Adarsh has predicted that the business will grow in the coming days with a good word of mouth. Raid doesn’t have competition and therefore it will be interesting to see the box office numbers for the film. If you may recall, Ajay bagged his career’s highest grosser last year with Golmaal Again (Golmaal 4) (Rs 205 crore). But that was a multi-hero project and a franchise. Will Ajay’s solo film Raid, a crime drama, be able to cross or come close to the numbers made by the comic caper? We will be keeping a close watch.