Recent Telugu release films Virata Parvam, Ante Sundariniki, and Godse have failed to make an impact on the Tollywood audience, it has been a difficult ride for all the three films at the box office AP-TG.
While Nani’s Ante Sundariniki is doing better than the other two films, it also fails to charm the cinephiles as the break-even mark for the film to cross seems impossible.
Here we are discussing the Box Office performance of Rana Daggubatti’s Virata Parvam, Ante Sundariniki, and Satyadev’s Godse.
Virata Parvam Box Office Collection
Despite having Rana Daggubati and Sai Pallavi in the main lead, Venu Udugula directed Virata Parvam is not performing well at the box office. The film was opened with positive reviews from the critics but things are not going well at the BO.
In 5 day theatrical run, Virata Parvam has collected Rs 4.05 Cr gross (Rs 2.45 Cr shares) in AP/TG, the worldwide collections of Rana starrer stands at Rs 6.45 Cr gross. It is still Rs 10.74 Cr away to cross the break-even (Rs 14.50 Cr).
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Ante Sundariniki Box Office Collection
Nani’s rom-com is currently in the second week, the trailer of the film giggled the audience and the same was being expected from the flick in the theatres, but the box office performance of the film tells another story. So far it has collected Rs 36.45 Cr gross at the BO worldwide and needs Rs 10.43 Cr to break even, which seems impossible.
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Godse Box Office Collection
Another Tollywood flick whose collection is not up to the mark is Satyadev’s Godse, the 5 days collection of the film stands at Rs 1.20 Cr gross. It was opened with mixed reviews but failed to show any decent trend at the box office and performed poorly.
If leave Major, which is an unconventional film, Tollywood failed to produce a clean hit movie after RRR, Acharya which boasts big names in the south industry suffered major loss, and even Mahesh Babu’s flick couldn’t create the expected impact. All the hopes are now from the Upcoming big-ticket south Indian films.