Pushpa had a colossal upswing in the box office collection on New Year’s Day on Saturday, as the collection dramatically increased to Rs. 14 crores on its sixteenth day. The film has now crossed Rs. 250 crores in India, with a running complete of Rs. 255.30 crores Approx starting yesterday. The third end-of-the-week collection of film will scarcely drop from the subsequent end of the week, with the Hindi adaptation having a third end of the week higher than the second. There was a minor possibility, if by any means, of hitting Rs. 300 crores in India on Friday, however, yesterday’s collection has expanded the chance impressively.
Following is the Pushpa: The Rise box office collection at the Indian film industry up to this point:
Week One – Rs. 178.55 crores
Week Two – Rs. 56.75 crores Approx
3rd Friday – Rs. 6 crores
3rd Saturday – Rs. 14 crores
Total – Rs. 255.30 crores
The Hindi version of the film recorded the greatest day of its run-up to this point, on its sixteenth day of release, earning Rs. 7.30 crores (Rs. 6.10 crores) Approx. The collections in North India currently remain at Rs. 72 crores, and are presently liable to cross Rs. 100 crores in the event that films stay open for the following three weeks.
The best development, in any case, came from South India, with the collection in APTS being very nearly multiple times of day prior, while Tamil Nadu was multiple times its Friday numbers. Indeed, New Year’s Day in Tamil Nadu was the greatest day since the initial end of the week. The film has now crossed Rs. 25 crores in Tamil Nadu and is set to stretch around Rs. 30 crores. It is currently the greatest non-Baahubali grosser in Tamil Nadu, beating Eega. Kerala earnings additionally crossed Rs. 10 crores yesterday, making it the first non-Rajamouli Tollywood film to do such