Darbar Box Office Collection: Rs 150 crore worldwide during its first weekend says Lyca

Darbar Live Movie Updates
Darbar Live Movie Updates

Rajinikanth starrer Darbar coordinated by AR Murugadoss hit the cinemas on January 9 and opened to a positive reaction. The film has been discharged in 7,000 screens worldwide and the profits in the cinematic world have been acceptable as per the creators.

The makers have now uncovered that the overall assortments throughout the end of the week and the film has purportedly earned a record assortment of Rs 150 crore. Lyca Productions tweeted saying:

Then, on Monday Lyca Productions documented a grievance with Madurai Police against a Local satellite TV station called Saranya TV which had illicitly broadcast a pilfered variant of the film. “While the film has been accepting acceptable reaction and running effectively in every one of the focuses, we are dumbfounded and troubled to realize that the motion picture was broadcast unlawfully in a nearby TV slot (situated in Madurai) on January 12 night,” it said in an announcement.

A day after the arrival of the film, indeed, the makers had stopped a grumbling with the Commissioner of Police, Cyber Cell, Chennai City. In the objection, the organization had expressed: “We have been compromised through WhatsApp and the whole film is getting shared and spread among the everyday citizens through WhatsApp bunch with a startling note that no crowd ought to proceed to watch the motion picture in theaters with an aim to make a gigantic misfortune to the maker.”


Darbar is an activity movie that has been composed and coordinated by AR Murugadossand bankrolled by Allirajah Subaskaran under his pennant Lyca Productions. The film had genius Rajinikanth ahead of the pack job as Aditya Arunachalam and Bollywood star Suniel Shetty as Hari Chopra. Nayanthara played the female lead in this film with Nivetha Thomas, Prateik Babbar and Yogi Babu in supporting jobs. The film had a solid specialized group with Anirudh creating the tunes, Santosh Sivan turning the camera and A Sreekar Prasad doing the altering.