Ram Charan's "Yevadu" continues its rocking performance at the worldwide box office. [Also Read: "Yevadu" Beats "Attarintiki Daredi" First Week Record in 3 Areas]
The action-packed entertainer has raked in ₹27.85 crore share in six days at the Andhra Pradesh box office. The film has already surpassed the first week AP share of Mahesh Babu-Venkatesh's "Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu" ("SVSC") and several other hit films including "Gabbar Singh", "Baadshah", "Naayak", "Racha", "Businessman", "Ramayya Vastavayya" and "Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu."
The film is looking at breaking "SVSC" worldwide opening week collections, which stand at ₹33.5 crore. "Yevadu" is expected to earn ₹36-₹37 crore worldwide share at the end of the first week. If it surpasses "SVSC" collection, the Ram Charan starrer will emerge as the second biggest opening week film after "Attarintiki Daredi."
It is highly unlikely for "Yevadu" to break "Attarintiki Daredi" first week worldwide share, which amounts to over ₹47 crore. However, the film is expected to create first week record in Nellore, which is currently held by "Attarintiki Daredi," reported Andhraboxoffice website.
The Ram Charan starrer has emerged as a clear winner among the Sankranthi releases. "Yevadu" has earned better collections than Mahesh Babu's "1 Nenokkadine", which hit the screens on 10 January as a Sankranti treat for fans. The psychological thriller, which failed to live up to expectations, has minted a worldwide share of ₹25.2 crore in its opening week. "Yevadu" six-day AP share alone is higher than "1 Nenokkadine" worldwide collections.
However, Mahesh Babu's film is doing great business at the US box office. The film has surpassed the $1 million mark and has reportedly earned over ₹6 crore (gross) in its opening week, whereas "Yevadu" has fetched ₹1.65 crore in the US.
It may be recalled that Mahesh Babu's last release "SVSC" also surpassed $1 million mark in the US. The actor enjoys a good fan following in the country, which has once again become evident with fantastic performance of "1 Nenokkadine."