The box office collection of the movies running in Andhra/Nizam territories for the weekend (20-22 February) are out and the latest reports suggest that Jr NTR's latest flick "Temper" is leading in the area, followed by Allari Naresh's "Bandipotu" and in the third position is Bollywood flick "Badlapur" starring Varun Dhawan.
According to Andhra Boxoffice, Jr NTR's "Temper" has a decent run in the second week as well when compared to other movies. Though the movie had a drop in the theatre occupancy compared to the previous weekend, the film continues its status as above average.
In the second weekend, the movie has reportedly collected ₹8.5 crore and the 10-day gross collection of the movie is said to be ₹39.3 crore in Andhra/Nizam regions with the nett collection of ₹27.25. The movie has also grossed ₹58 crore in the worldwide box office with a nett collection of ₹37.95 crore.
"Temper" is directed by Puri Jagannadh and is produced by Ganesh Bandla.
The Allari Naresh-Eesha starrer, "Bandipotu", however, couldn't retain the initial positive response in its first weekend.
The movie, which was released on 20 February, has received average response. Box office reports also revealed that the movie is not tracking well in terms of theatre occupancy.
"Bandipotu" is directed by Mohan Krishna Indraganti and is produced by Aryan Rajesh under the banner of EVV Cinema.
Bollywood flick "Badlapur", which stars Varun Dhawan in the lead, has opened to good response in AP/Nizam regions. The film has got a decent start at the box office and has reportedly got nett collection of more than ₹1 crore from AP/Nizam.
Industry insiders believe that the great response garnered by movie worldwide will also be reflected in the box office collection in the region in the coming days.
Meanwhile, Kalyan Ram starrer "Pataas" is now declared a super hit and is placed at the fourth position in weekend box office collection report. Another movie "Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju", which is on its third weekend has positioned itself in fifth position with average responses.