The collection of the previous weeks' Telugu releases "Size Zero", "Kumari 21F" and "Sankarabharanam" has been affected by new release Bengal Tiger at the US box office.
Nikhil Siddharth's "Sankarabharanam" was released in 100+ theatres in America last week. In its second week, the movie has lost out most of its screen count to "Bengal Tiger" in the country. In its second weekend, the film has collected $825 from 8 screens at the US box office, taking its 10-day US total to $54,167 (Rs 36.33 lakh).
The screen count of "Size Zero", which was running in 27 screens in the last week, has been reduced to just 9 theatres in its second week. The Anushka Shetty and Arya starrer has collected $2,786 at the US box office. The movie has grossed a total of $188,495 (Rs 1.26 crore) in the country in 17 days.
"Kumari 21F", which was released in 100 screens on 19 November, has continued to do well in the country in its fourth week. It was running in 8 cinema halls in its third week and this number has been reduced to 4 in its fourth week. The film has collected $1,244 at the US box office in its fourth weekend. Its 24-day US total collection stands at $253,961 (Rs 1.70 crore).
"Sankarabharanam", "Size Zero" and "Kumari 21F" have collected an average of $103, $309 and $311 respectively at the US box office this weekend.
Ravi Teja's "Bengal Tiger", which released in 100 screens on 10 December, has taken a toll on the business of all the three movies in its opening weekend.