Pawan Kalyan's "Attarintiki Daredi" (AD) successfully completed its 25-day run on Monday (21 October).
The film, which was released on 27 September, still continues its good run at the box office even in its fourth week. The film performed well during the fourth weekend; however its collections dropped on Monday (21 October) being a working day.
"AD" is estimated to have earned around ₹35-₹40 lakh share in Andhra Pradesh on the 25th day. The film's total worldwide share has already crossed the ₹70-crore mark.
The Pawan starrer has performed extraordinarily well in India as well as overseas markets, despite facing release troubles due to political unrest in AP and piracy issues. The entire team of "AD" is extremely happy over the overwhelming response of the film. A press meet was held on the eve of the successful 25-day run at the box office.
Film's producer and leading lady Samantha Ruth Prabhu met with media persons and shared the team's happiness over the film's success. However, Pawan Kalyan and director Trivikram Srinivas were missing from the press meet.
Speaking to the media, BVSN Prasad said, "We had lot of issues right from the beginning of the film but we enjoyed each one of them. We are now rejoicing the success all that more. Proud to be an integral part of the biggest success of TFI. I was also a part of Magadheera production and I proudly announce that this film of mine is about to overtake the records of MD and will be pioneer the 100 Cr club in Telugu. I owe the success to my hero and the director for standing by me in hard times," reported Indiaglitz.
For her part, Samantha said that she is thrilled to know that "AD" has amassed huge collections in just 25 days.
Directed by Trivikram, "AD" is about a guy who unites his aunt with his grandfather. The family entertainer won accolades from all sections of people for its entertainment quotient and power star's fantastic performance.
Apart from Pawan Kalyan and Samantha, the film has Pranitha Subash, Nadiya, Boman Irani, Rao Ramesh and Brahmanandam in supporting roles.