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Vikram Box Office Collection Day 5: Haasan’s Film Beats Vijay’s Beast Lifetime Biz in TN

Vikram Box Office Collection Day 5

The Tamil action thriller Vikram starring Kamal Haasan is on the rampage mode at the box office currently. The film is breaking records with each passing day. Recently the film has become the highest grosser Tamil film 2022 in Karnataka and Kerala.

Vikram has become the highest-grossing Tamil movie 2022 in Andhra Pradesh/ Telangana, USA, UAE-GCC, Australia and New Zealand, along with Kerala and Karnataka.

The film hit the half-century in the home market (Tamil Nadu) in the opening weekend itself and now has passed the crucial first Monday test by collecting Rs 7.54 Cr. The total four days collection of Vikram now stands at Rs 59.91 Cr.

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Box Office Collection (Tamil Nadu, Hindi)

As per the reports, remaining steady on Tuesday, it amasses Rs 6.36 Cr to take the total collections Rs 66.27 Cr in Tamil Nadu. With Tuesday figures, it manages to beat the lifetime business of Thalapathy Vijay’s Beast (Rs 65.45 Cr)

Haasan starrer is doing well in the home market, the dubbed version of the film Vikram-Hitlist collects Rs 1.75 Cr on the opening weekend. It will become the highest Tamil grosser film of 2022 in Hindi, Today by beating Thalapathy Vijay’s Beast (Raw) total Hindi collection of Rs 1.76 Cr.

The word of mouth for the film is positive in the Hindi belt and will certainly see the benefit with increasing box office collections in further days. As per the reports, Vikram is retaining decent screens and shows for the second week in the northern belt.

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Box Office Collection (Overseas)

It has collected Rs 150 Cr gross worldwide on the opening weekend with Rs 100 Cr+ from India only. Along with the domestic market, Ulganayagan’s film is performing well in the overseas market also. Vikram earned Rs Rs 13.43 Cr from the USA, Rs 3.90 Cr from the UK, Rs 3.55 Cr from Australia, it amassed over 30 L from Germany and NZ, and over Rs 20 L from Canada and Ireland.

Disclaimer: The above figures are based on various sources and our thorough research, however, doesn’t guarantee the equivalent box office collections, though we have done everything possible in our capability to provide the precise data.

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