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uted with over ?2.62 crore (?26.2 million) gross collection on the opening day from the Kerala box office. It grossed ?3.25 crore (?32.5 million) on Sunday (day 3) taking its weekend total to ?8.70 crore (?87 million)—the second highest-grossing opening weekend at the Kerala box office (after Pulimurugan). It collected around ?14 crore (?140 million) in its opening week, to become the second-highest opening week at the Kerala box office, beating Oppam and second to Pulimurugan. By the tenth day, the film grossed a total of ?19.65 crore (?196.5 million) from the state and completed 5000 screenings, making it the second-fastest film to cross the ?20 crore (?200 million) mark after Pulimurugan. The film grossed ?30 crore (?300 million) nationwide in twenty-one days and completed 10,000 screenings in Kerala theatres alone. It completed more than 15,000 screenings in Kerala in one month, grossed ?38 crore (? ? (?. The film grossed US$646,993 on the opening weekend (16 – 19 February) in the United Arab Emirates from 47 screens, the second best opener that weekend. In six weekends, it grossed US$976,231 in the country. In the United Kingdom, the film grossed GB£81,577 in the opening weekend from 71 sites. It crossed the GB£100,000 mark in four days, becoming the second highest-grossing Malayalam film in the United Kingdom (behind Pulimurugan). It grossed GB£20,672 in the second weekend (24 – 26 February) from 60 screens, taking its total to GB£162,813 from two weekends. It grossed GB£175,499 from the United Kingdom and Ireland territories in four weekends. The film grossed US$50,800 in the opening weekend (10 – 12 February) from 11 screens in the United States. The film remained strong after two weekends according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh. It grossed US$29,376 in the second weekend from 11 screens for a total of US$95,143 from two weekends. From seven weekends in the United States, the film grossed US$145,836, with US$1,058 from the seventh weekend (24 – 26 March). The film grossed NZ$4,624 from 2 screens in the opening weekend (24 – 26 February) in New Zealand. Critical response The film received positive reviews from critics. Anu James of the International Business Times wrote "Munthitivallikal Thalirkkumbol will make you fall in love with your spouse all over again ... it has an engaging storyline with many comedy elements that will make the audience remember the good old Malayalam movies," and praised Mohanlal, saying: "It's Mohanlal who shines throughout the movie with his charisma and natural performance. From an uninterested husband to the most lovable person, he convincingly transforms setting an example to everyone around him." The reviewer from Sify called the film a "super treat for families!" and wrote, "Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol is an engaging family saga that justifies its tagline 'My life is my wife' ... scenarist M. Sindhuraj has come up with a competent script, with honest intentions." The reviewer praised Mohanlal's performance, saying he "gets into the shoes of Ulahannan in a spectacular way. He is funny, genuine and brilliant, evoking memories of some of his acclaimed films," he also mentioned Menon's "impressive comic tim