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Vikrant Rona Box Office Collection Day 6: Continues its bull run at global BO

Vikrant Rona Day 8 Collection

The visual spectacle pan India film “Vikrant Rona” has become the fourth south Indian flick of the year which entered the 100 cr club, after RRR, KGF2 and 777 Charlie. It opened with positive feedback from the critics and the audience alike.

For the unversed, Vikrant Rona is an action-adventure Kannada language film that was released on 28 July 2022 worldwide in multiple languages. The film stars Kiccha Sudeep, Nirup Bhandari, Neetha Ashok and Jacqueline Fernandez in the key roles. It is said to be made with a budget of Rs 95 Cr.

Recently trade analyst Sumit Kadel confirmed that the film has crossed Rs 100 Cr mark worldwide in five days and soon will cross the break-even point too to emerge as a commercial success at the box office.

Also Read: Vikrant Rona OTT Release Date, Star Cast, Budget, Teaser, Trailer & More

Hindi collections are not on par

While the film is performing very well at the box office south, especially in the home market (Karnataka), the Hindi collections are not on par with biggies like RRR and KGF2. Both the latter film saw a huge opening in the Hindi version, whereas, Kiccha’s ‘VR’ managed to collect only around Rs 6 Cr in its 4day opening weekend.

Also Read: Vikrant Rona Box Office Collection Day 5: To cross the breakeven point soon

Box Office Collection Day 6

Talking about the worldwide collections, it was opened with a huge Rs 35 crores on Thu and saw the upward trend in the collections during its extended weekend. The film reached the 100 cr mark on the 5th day and had already gotten the tag of the clean hit in the Telugu version, on Sun.

Now, the film needs to hold well at the box office during weekdays to recover its worldwide business which it is expected to fetch by its second weekend. Going by the trends, it will remain consistent through the weekdays. VR collects Rs 6-7.5 crores gross on Tue (Day6), as per the trade estimation. It will cross the 150 Cr on the weekdays and the next target will be to cross the Rs 200 Cr mark worldwide.

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