Kalki 2898 AD Day 6 Box Office Collection: Prabhas’ Film Continues Its Good Run

Kalki Day 6 Box Office Collection Hindi Cinetales

Nag Ashwin-directed Kalki 2898 AD has successfully completed six days at the box office. The futuristic film has made a good space at the box office. From entering the 100 crore club to becoming the second-highest Hindi opener, the sci-fi film has broken many records in merely six days of release. Despite being released on the weekdays the film stands strong at the box office.


Kalki 2898 AD Day 6 Box Office Collection Hindi

The day six of Kalki 2898 AD made a decent Rs 13 crore at the box office. Despite a working Tuesday, the crowd chose the visually stunning film, crossing 10 crores in a day. This indicates how fascinated the world is by the film’s narrative, graphics, cast, and visuals. The total Hindi box office collection of the film stands at Rs 141.65 Crore.


Kalki 2898 AD Worldwide Collection

Kalki 2898 AD Prabhas

Kalki 2898 AD is close to reaching the Rs 700 crore milestone in all languages in its global collections. The movie brought in Rs 55 crore on Tuesday, according to the creators, bringing its total earnings to Rs 680 crore. The film also receives massive appreciation from fans, filmmakers, actors, and critics.

The movie is a captivating work of fiction that epitomizes what a magnificent visual extravaganza looks like. Kudos to Nag Ashwin for fusing science fiction with folklore. The first half of the film runs a little slow and sluggish but the second half compensates for all. The fictional film is highly recommended.

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