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Bimbisara Box Office Collection Day 2: All set to cross the breakeven

Bimbisara box office collection

Tollywood’s latest outing “Bimbisara” has made half of the recovery of its business on the first day itself, and the film has exceeded the trade expectations on the second day as well.

It now needs only 3.83 cr shares more to emerge as a commercial success at the box office. It is expected to fetch the remaining amount in the weekend itself.

The film was opened with mixed reviews from the critics but took a flying start at the box office. And became Kalyan Ram’s career-best opening beating his 2016 Ism.

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Box Office Collection Day 2

With the help of 46L hires, it managed to cross the Rs 6 Cr mark on the first day, earlier it was expected to accumulate Rs 5 Cr shares. The hires will not include from day 2 onwards, thereby it showed a regular drop on day 2.

Going by the Trade reports, it collects around Rs 8.50 Cr gross at the box office worldwide taking the total two days worldwide gross collections to a huge Rs 20 Cr. On day 1 it earned Rs 11.50 Cr gross worldwide (Rs 7.27 Cr shares), as per Telugu BO tracker T2bLive.

To breakeven in the 1st weekend

Kalyan Ram led took also the best opening among the recent solo releases except for “The Warrior” but the latter’s breakeven was much higher. Bimbisara now needs around Rs 4 Cr more to cross the distributor’s share which it will surely surpass on Day 3.

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Box Office Day 1 breakdown (AP-TG)

Bimbisara earned Rs 6.30 Cr shares (Rs 9.30 Cr gross) on the first day which includes Rs 46L hires also. It accumulated most from Nizam Rs 2.15 Cr
followed by Ceeded Rs 1.29 Cr and UA Rs 90L, as per the Telugu bo tracker T2BLive.

Nizam (Rs 2.15 Cr shares)
Ceeded (Rs 1.29 Cr shares)
UA (Rs 90L)
East (Rs 43L)
West (Rs 36L)
Guntur (Rs 57L)
Krishna (Rs 34L)
Nellore (Rs 26L)

The total hires amounted Rs 46 lakhs which includes Guntur (Rs 20 L), West (Rs 10 L), Krishan and Nellore (Rs 8L) respectively.

 

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