Ram Charan Rangasthalam movie released on 30th March on silver screens. The film is traveling successfully in the 3rd week. The film has successfully completed 17 days and crossed the box office collection of Rs 200.
Rangasthalam 17 Days Box Office Collection Crosses Rs 200 Cr
Rangasthalam fared well in the overall film industry in the second week. Trade specialists had anticipated that Nani’s greatly talked film Krishnarjuna Yuddham would end the Ram Charan’s fantasy keep running of the at the ticket counters in the third week. However, the film kept the cash registers ringing at the ticket counters as the new release opened to a mixed reaction.
The Ram Charan starrer has collected roughly Rs 13 crore net at the overall film industry in its third end of the week, taking its 17-day add up to the collection to Rs 178 crore net. Its per-screen normal is relatively equivalent to that of Krishnarjuna Yuddham, which has earned Rs 24 crore around in its opening end of the week.
Rangasthalam has effectively crossed the records of Srimanthudu and Khaidi No 150 to end up the third record-breaking most elevated earning Telugu film. Its present pace of collection demonstrates that it won’t have the capacity to beat the record of Baahubali: The beginning, which is the second record-breaking most noteworthy grosser in Tollywood with its aggregate collection of Rs 650 crore net.
The Sukumar directional venture needs to collect Rs 22 crore gross to outperform Rs 200 crore net stamp at the overall film industry. In any case, it will conflict with Mahesh Babu’s up and coming film Bharat Ane Nenu, which is set to hit the screens April 20. It ought to be seen whether it will have the capacity to cross this recorded check or not.
Rangasthalam is estimated to have earned Rs 112 crore for its worldwide distributors, who have contributed Rs 80 crore on its theatrical rights. Other than recouping their ventures, the movie has earned them a benefit offer of Rs 32 crore. Directed by Sukumar, Rangasthalam is an action-thriller featuring Ram Charan, Adhi Pinnisetty, and Samantha Akkineni. The producers are excited by the considerable reaction the film got from the audiences and critics alike.