Telugu star Ram Pothineni’s latest release “The Warriorr” was opened with mixed reviews from the critics, the film saw an excellent opening at the ticket windows however failed to show the expected growth further. It is directed and written by N. Lingusamy and backed by Srinivasa Chitturi under the banner Srinivasa Silver Screen.
The action thriller now entered the weekdays after a decent extended weekend. As per the Telugu trade reports, it grossed Rs 22.45 crores in the first four days. The film still needs to recover over Rs 18.21 Cr to emerge as a hit in the Telugu states for that it needs to hold extremely through the weekdays.
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Box Office Collection Day 5
The film performed subpar at the box office on Day 5, it was expected to gross Rs 2-3 Cr worldwide on Day 5 (Monday) contrary to this, ‘The Warriorr’ minted Rs 1.70 Cr on Monday with a drop of 70% compared to the previous day, as per Telugu BO tracker T2BLive.
The total worldwide collection of the film now stands at Rs 29.70 Cr gross with 17.69 crores worldwide shares.
Box office Collection Day-Wise (AP-TG)
It now needs to recover Rs 21 Cr+ shares at the box office worldwide to emerge as a successful film of 2022. Below we are discussing the Telugu day-wise collections of the film:
The Warriorr took a flying start in the home market, it performed really well on the first day and minted a huge Rs 7.02 Cr shares with the help of the hires in the Andhra region.
The film saw a major drop in the collections on Day 2 and garnered Rs 2.30 Cr shares, it was a big drop as it witnessed more than a usual drop (70%) in the collections. It holds well in further two days Saturday and Sunday to take the total AP-TG collections around Rs 22.45 Cr gross.
Day 1: Rs 7.02 Cr shares
Day 2: Rs 2.30 Cr shares
Day 3: Rs 2.41 Cr shares
Day 4: Rs 2.86 Cr shares
Day 5: Rs 77L shares
Total AP-TG: Rs 14.59 Cr shares ( Rs 22.45 Cr gross)
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