Pawan Kalyan's family entertainer "Attarintiki Daredi" rounded up the first week on a good note by earning ₹49.24 crore from worldwide box office.

The major chunk of collection, around ₹35 crore was contributed from AP box office, while the earnings from Karnataka, rest of India and overseas box offices were minimal.

The family entertainer raked in ₹2.22 crore from AP box office on Thursday, taking its overall first week total to ₹35.05 crore, according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh.

The circuit-wise first week breakup of the film is: ₹13.10 crore in Nizam, ₹6.35 crore in Ceded, ₹ 1.51 crore in Nellore, ₹ 3.20 crore in Guntur, ₹2.42 crore Krishna, ₹2.62 crore in East, ₹ 2.20 crore in West and ₹ 3.65 crore in Vizag.

"Attarintiki Daredi" raked in ₹ 35.05 crore from AP, ₹ 4.01 crore from Karnataka, ₹ 1.58 crore from rest of India circuits and ₹ 8.60 crore from overseas box office, taking the worldwide total to ₹ 49.24 crore.

 "Attarintiki Daredi" is the highest first week grosser in Telugu film industry, reports Indiaglitz.

 The film will continue to dominate the market, as there are no big releases in the upcoming week. The makers of the film were hoping to make huge profits from the coming weeks as it has almost earned the production cost from first week. But the current political situation in Andhra does not seem to be in the favour of Pawan Kalyan's big-budget family entertainer.

 Even before the release, the film faced lot of troubles due to ongoing Telangana issue. The released date was re-scheduled from August and the film finally hit screens in September.

 Meanwhile, the collection of the film has declined in some circuits, but in other circuits it is still going strong. If it continues its victorious march at box office, Pawan Kalyan's film is likely to cross the ₹100 crore mark.