With "Ennu Ninte Moideen" making humongous collection at the Kerala box office on its second weekend, the RS Vimal directorial is set to become Prithviraj's first solo blockbuster.
The romantic thriller, which has touched the hearts of movie-goers, has grossed over Rs 10 crore from 91 screens in the first nine days and is set to become a blockbuster in the coming week, reports said.
Though the 2006 Malayalam film "Classmates", had collected Rs 23 crore to become one of the highest grossing movies in Kerala, the Lal Jose directorial had an ensemble cast of Prithviraj, Indrajith, Narain, Jayasurya and others. Hence, "Ennu Ninte Moideen" will be Prithviraj's first solo blockbuster, reported Onlookers Media.
Apart from the classic love story of the film, positive reviews from critics and word-of-mouth from the audience have also helped the business of the Prithviraj-Parvathy Menon movie. More screens have also been added due to repeat audience, according to reports.
"Ennu Ninte Moideen", which has been released only in Kerala, will have an outside release only on 2 October.
Once the film releases in other parts of India, especially cities like Chennai and Bengaluru, as well as Gulf countries like Saudi Arabia and the UAE, where there is a huge presence of Malayali diaspora, the box office collection is expected to double.
The film's collection has not been hindered by the latest releases like Dileep-Jeethu Joseph venture "Life of Josutty" as well as the Asif Ali starrer "Kohinoor".
One can expect "Ennu Ninte Moideen" to have a smooth run at the box office until Friday, 2 October, when Mammootty starrer "Pathemari" gets released.