Sankranti has for quite some time been a pined for film industry date for producers to discharge motion pictures. Movies with large star labels consistently convey get wide openings, be that as it may, when more than one such film discharges for the merry event, it generally winds up being a race to see which film has performed better. This Sankranti saw two major movies discharging – Mahesh Babu’s Sarileru Neekevvaru and Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikkuntapuramlo, the two of which have risen a triumph in the cinematic world and among fans.
The two movies consolidated have made a sum of 5 million dollars in the only us while residential assortments have netted over Rs 300 crores.
“Typically we see just one significant Sankranti discharge doing so well, this year both the movies are performing amazingly well in India and abroad in the cinema world,” says film pundit Hemanth CR.
As indicated in terms of professional career expert Taran Adarsh, the Mahesh Babu and Rashmika Mandanna starrer Sarileru Neekevvaru earned over Rs 15 crore in the cinematic world in the US, UK, and Australia consolidated. Assortments from outside of India for the Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde film Ala Vaikkunthapurramloo were well over Rs 20 crores.
As of January 19, Sarileru Neekevvaru has made over Rs 14 crores in the US, Rs 1.71 crores in Australia, more than 88 lakh rupees in the UK and over Rs 16 lakhs in New Zealand.
In the mean time, Ala Vaikkunthapurramloo has made over Rs 19 crores in the US, Rs 2 crores in Australia, Rs 1 crores in the UK and over Rs 7 lakhs in New Zealand.
Devotees of the two entertainers enjoyed Twitter wars over the movies assortments by inclining injurious hashtags.
Sarileru Neekevvaru likewise observed veteran entertainer Vijayashanti come back to the cinema after a long hole. The movie has been coordinated by Anil Ravipudi with Devi Sri Prasad dealing with the music.
Ala Vaikkunthapurramloo saw some enormous names on the screen, including Tamil entertainer executive Samuthirakani in his Telugu debut alongside Jayaram and Sathyaraj. It was coordinated by Trivikram Srinivas with DSP having created the tunes for the film.