Rajinikanth's "Kabali" has become the all-time biggest Indian opener at the worldwide box office. The movie has broken the existing records and has done an earth-shattering collection on its first day.
As per Andhra Box Office, "Kabali" has grossed Rs. 87.5 crore with a net income of Rs. 53.59 crore from the three versions (Tamil, Telugu and Hindi) at the worldwide box office. The film has now become the biggest opener by earning Rs. 47.2 crore (net income), thereby beating the record of "Baahubali," which had earned Rs. 42.1 crore (net income) from three versions at the domestic box office.
"Kabali" has minted Rs. 21.5 crore in Tamil Nadu, Rs. 6 crore (net income Rs. 4.5 crore)in Andhra Pradesh, Rs. 4.5 crore (net income Rs. 3.14 crore) in Telangana, Rs. 7.7 crore (net income Rs. 4.03 crore) in Karnataka, Rs. 3.05 crore (Rs. 2 crore) in Kerala and from the rest of India the film has grossed Rs. 7 crore (Rs. 6.2 crore) to take the total India collection to Rs. 52.8 crore with the net come of Rs. 47.2 crore.
The estimated overseas collection of the film stands at Rs. 34.7 crore to take its first day total to Rs. 87.5 crore.
The movie was released in over 4500 screeen and it has got overwhelming response from all the centres. While the Tamil and Telugu versions have done earth-shattering collection, the business of the Hindi version is not up to the mark.
Meanwhile, "Kabali" has opened to mixed reviews. Taking advance booking into the consideration, it is safe to say that the movie will perform exceptionally well in the next two days. But in order to earn profits, the flick should do well post first weekend.
"Kabali" is a gangster movie, which is written and directed by Pa Ranjith. Kalaippuli S Thanu, who has earned about Rs. 225 crore from the pre-release business, has produced the movie. The film has Radhika Apte in the female lead role and Kishore, Kalaiyarasan and others are in the cast.