Action entertainer "Legend" is fast approaching the ₹20 crore mark at the AP/Nizam box office.
"Legend," which started off on a grand note, has continued to perform well at the Indian as well as the overseas box office. The Balakrishna starrer had a fantastic four-day weekend with the film raking in over ₹16 crore share.
The film's performance was steady on the fifth day and the action entertainer managed to earn over ₹2.5 crore share.
"Legend" five-day collections from AP/Nizam areas stand at ₹19.15 crore (share), according to Andhraboxoffice website (ABO). To look at the area-wise breakup of the film, click HERE.
The film is likely to surpass the ₹20-crore mark by Wednesday (2 April). It remains to be seen if the big budget entertainer will be able to make it to the list of films with highest week one shares in AP.
Pawan Kalyan's 2012-release "Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu" has taken the 10th spot in the list with ₹21.25 crore share, according to ABO website.. Whether "Legend" will be able to surpass the amount and make an entry into the club is something we need wait and see.
Directed by Boyapati Sreenu, "Legend" is a revenge drama with all the commercial elements. The film carried huge expectations as the director has teamed up with Balakrishna for the second time post the success of "Simha" in 2010. "Legend" lived up to the hype with the film receiving good reception from critics as well as fans.
The Balakrishna starrer is also doing exceptionally well in the overseas markets. Its performance has been really good in the United States, where the action flick took the best ever opening for a Balayya film.
"Legend" grossed ₹2.15 crore ($357,829) from 60 screens in its opening weekend at the US box office, according to film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh.