Kantara was released on Sept 30th to rave reviews from critics. It took a decent start at the box office and further gained momentum over the weekend due to positive audience word of mouth.
Rishab’s film has occupied 250 theatres in Karnataka and is said to be made with a budget of 10 crores. Despite clashing with the big-ticket Ponniyin Selvan and Vikram Vedha, Kantara is performing very well in the home market in terms of occupancy. PS1 is doing well in all versions and it is expected to cross its break-even target soon.
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Box Office Collection Day 4
As per the early trade estimations, Kantara draws in another 4 to 4.5 Cr nett in its collections on day 4 taking its domestic bizz near the 18 Cr mark. Rishab’s film is on the way to becoming another blockbuster from the Sandalwood industry this year, after James, KGF2, and 777 Charlie.
Kantara Advance Bookings Report Day 4
On the advance bookings front also, Kantara had another fantastic day at the box office. The flick sold more tickets on its first Monday than on its first and second day. It clocked in Rs 1.09 Cr in the advance sales by selling over 51,000 tickets.
Kantara advance bookings day-wise: Day 1 (Rs 32L), Day 2 (Rs 92L), Day 3 (Rs 1.98 Cr), Day 4 (Rs 1.09 Cr)
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Kantara Occupancy Report Day 4
Kantara has already covered its budget on Sunday, and the flick now looks like will sustain very well on the weekdays given its advance bookings and occupancy trend. It witnessed an amazing trend in occupancy on its first Monday as well. The flick witnessed 68.86% overall kannada occupancy across all shows e.g morning, noon, evening and night shows.
All About Kantara
Kantara is written, directed as well as acted by Rishabh Shetty, it marks his 4th venture as a director. He has been getting accolades for his brilliant performance in the flick, especially the last 15-minute act, from the critics and the audience alike. Kantara is set in the 90s and revolves around rural beliefs and ancient cultures.