Gaalodu Box Office Collection Day 4: Needs 35L to BE

Subhash
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Gaalodu Box Office Day 4

Gaalodu is inching closer to acquiring the tag of the 18th clean hit Telugu film of 2022. It has now entered into the weekdays and as per the reports, it holds well on its first Monday.

It stars Sudigali Sudheer and Gehna Sippy in the main lead roles. It has been receiving rave responses from the audience since day 1. It has created a good buzz surrounding it, on the ticket bookings website BookMyShow, it has been rated 9 out of 10 with 17.1k reviews, which is good for a low-budget film.

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Not only Gaalodu, but the other two recent Telugu releases Yashoda and Masooda are also doing very well at the box office. Both the latter two releases completed their respective break-even target emerging as a hit at the box office.

Gaalodu Box Office 1st Weekend

The pre-release business of the movie was valued at Rs 2.70 Cr gross. The film needs to churn out around 3 crore shares to become a hit at the box office. It is expected to cross the mark soon to become the 18th clean hit Telugu film after Yashoda (16th) and Masooda (17th).

As per the Telugu BO tracker, T2BLive, Gaalodu was opened with 1.2 Cr gross at the BO. The film saw a nominal dip on day 2 for 1.14 Cr gross. It raked in 1.61 Cr on Day 3 which is better than its first-day earnings.

The total three days Telugu states earnings stand at 3.96 Cr gross with 2.20 Cr shares. The worldwide gross collection of the movie stands at 4.06 crores, it now needs 0.75 Cr shares to become a clean hit.

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Box Office Collection Day 4

Now, it has entered into the weekdays after a good weekend and according to the trends, it will hold well on the weekdays. As per the trade reports, Gaalodu is now a little below the 5 Cr gross mark at the box office worldwide adding Rs 84L gross on its first Monday (day 4) to its cash registers.

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