Bharat Ane Nenu 10 Days Collection Total Box Office Report Worldwide Business Income : Prakash Raj, Mahesh Babu and Kiara Advani starrer Telugu film ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ is unstoppable at India’s box office. The political drama celluloid has almost surpassed Rs 100 crore mark at the worldwide box office and is ready to enter Rs 150 crore club soon. The multi-starrer offering is expected to pass triple digit box office number by the end of second week of its release in India.
Apart from collecting admirable income in domestic market, the Telugu language offering has showcased exceptional performance in the foreign countries. Receiving helm response from the audiences of United States, the south Indian cinema made a total collection of Rs 17.9 crore at US Box Office in first weekend. Curbing the attention of a big chunk of audience in Australian theatres, the Tollywood movie earned Rs 2.0 crore at Australia Box Office.
Koratala Siva’s directorial venture faced highest occupancy in the cinema halls on 1st day of its release. Though the film hit screens in USA one day before its actual release in India, craze of watching Mahesh Babu’s movies has not let the leading actor’s fans sleep with comfort. Searches for the film’s box office collection began too early in the morning on the movie’s first Friday in cinema halls. On 1st day, the Telugu flick minted an amount of Rs 39 crore at India’s box office.
The drama flick commenced its box office journey with an astonishing 1st day collection in India. The Tollywood offering continued its run at domestic as well as worldwide box office in initial 3 days of its release and earned record-breaking collections in first weekend. After crossing Rs 100 crore benchmark, the film is set to cross Rs 110 crore box office mark very soon. It won’t be surprising if the film’s worldwide income reaches Rs 130 crore by the end of 1st week. Let’s see whether the celluloid does or doesn’t manage to achieve the target of bagging more than one forty crore at worldwide box office.
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