Adipurush, starring Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan, and Kriti Sanon, may have gotten varied comments from reviewers. Despite the mixed reactions, the film’s opening-day box office collection reveals that the public is unconcerned with the critiques. T-Series, the film’s producers, said on social media that the film grossed Rs 140 crore globally on its first day.
Adipurush Global Box Office
As expected, the film did great statistically, despite the negative word of mouth and unfavorable dialogues of the movie. According to industry trade analysts, the epic masterpiece has made the most money from the Telugu market, with a projected collection of Rs 58.5 crore. The Hindi version earned Rs 37.25 crore, while the Tamil and Malayalam versions made Rs 70 lakh and Rs 40 lakh, respectively,
Adipurush: Third-Highest Opening Post Pandemic
The epic mythical action movie based on Rishi Valmiki’s Ramayana by Om Raut has dominated theatres. After Pathaan and KGF 2, the Hindi version of the movie had the third-highest opening day in post-pandemic periods, setting a record.
As expected, Adipurush starts off with a bang ✨
With good advance booking, Day 1 #BoxOffice collection #India is Rs 37.25 Crore (Hindi) 🔥
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Adipurush (Hindi) had remarkable first-day sales of Rs 37.25 crore across all Hindi circuits. The collections have exceeded expectations since they started to gather up steam on Wednesday, thanks to advance reservations that carried over into the opening day. According to the report, the movie made roughly Rs 11.50 crore net from Mumbai, Rs 8 crore net from the Delhi/UP circuit, and Rs 3.25 crore net from East Punjab. Even on Saturday, multiplex receipts appear healthy, and the movie is performing well even on single screens. Meanwhile, Adipurush has received criticism for the poor quality of its visual effects and the ‘tapori’ style lines delivered by Devdatta Nage, who plays Lord Hanuman. The unfavorable word of mouth will have an effect on the following days.
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