Check out the box office collection report of Ram Charan's "Yevadu", Manchu family's "Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda" and Nithiin's "Heart Attack."
Ram Charan's "Yevadu" has turned out to be one of the biggest hits in the actor's career.
"Yevadu" has earned a worldwide share of ₹47.1 crore with Andhra Pradesh contributing a major chunk of it - ₹39.34 crore, reported the Andhraboxoffice (ABO).
The film's territory wise break-up (final collections) are: Nizam - ₹12.65 crore, Ceeded - ₹7.95 crore, Vizag - ₹4.70 crore, East - ₹3.35 crore, West - ₹2.70 crore, Krishna - ₹2.36 crore, Guntur - ₹3.58 crore and Nellore - ₹2.05 crore. Final collections from Andhra Pradesh (Share) stand at ₹39.34 crore.
The Ram Charan starrer has performed decently in Karnataka, where it fetched ₹5.06 crore share. The film's performance from the Rest of India and Overseas markets have been disappointing, where it raked in ₹1 crore and ₹1.70 crore, respectively.
"Yevadu" has taken the seventh spot in the list of top Telugu films with highest worldwide share.
Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda
Manchu family's "Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda" (PPT) has turned out to be an average fare.
The film is going steady in its second week, thanks to family audiences. According to ABO website, "PPT" has earned a worldwide share of approximately ₹6 crore in two weeks.
Nithiin's "Heart Attack" will end as an average performer at the box office. The film, which released on 31 January, had a good opening weekend and continued to perform well in the first week.
However, "Heart Attack" collections have dropped in the second week. The Nithiin starrer has earned a worldwide share of ₹10.5-₹11 crore in two weeks and its collections are likely to drop further. On the whole, the romantic entertainer will be an average fare at the box office.