Ram Charan-Kajal Aggarwal's "Govindudu Andarivadele" ("GAV") has reportedly grossed $650,000 (including Rentrak+Non-Reported) from the US box office.
"GAV" earned $590,853 (rentrak only) from 121 locations in five days, including Tuesday premier shows in the US. The film has done decent business in the US and has surpassed the collections of Ravi Teja's "Power", which minted $377,227 at the end of the fourth weekend.
However, the Ram Charan starrer failed to beat the collections of Mahesh Babu's "Aagadu", which had earned $1.4 million in its opening weekend at the US box office.
"GAV" is doing good business in India as well, where the film maintained steady business. The Krishna Vamsi directorial is likely to surpass the first week collections of Mahesh Babu's "Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu" ("SVSC") and Allu Arjun's "Race Gurram" at the worldwide box office.
The family entertainer took a good opening on the first day of its release. Its collections dropped on the second day but it managed to hold well and performed decently at the box office.
"SVSC" reportedly minted ₹33.5 crore share in its first week at the worldwide box office, while "Race Gurram" earned ₹33.15 crore. "GAV" is expected to mint between ₹34-₹35 crore share in the opening week (from 1 to 7 October), reported Andhraboxoffice.
If "GAV" surpasses the first week collections of "SVSC", it will take the third spot next to "Attarintiki Daaredi" and "Yevadu" in the list of Telugu films, with highest first week worldwide share.
The Dussehra and Bakrid holidays have helped the film rake in pretty good collections at the box office. It remains to be seen as to how the Ram Charan starrer fares in the coming days. With no big releases around, "GAV" is expected to continue its good run at the box office. The film is expected to surpass the ₹40 crore mark soon.