A still from "Masss".IBTimes India

Suriya-Nayanthara starrer "Masss" has enjoyed a fabulous run in its first week at the box office. The sources close to the industry have suggested that film has done well in theatres across the industry with more than 60% theatre occupancy.

"Masss", which was released on 29 May, had opened to positive reviews from critics. The movie had collected ₹17.3 crore in Tamil Nadu with ₹5.35 crore on Friday, ₹4.90 crore on Saturday and ₹7.05 crore on Sunday.

The Telugu version also had a good first weekend run with ₹5.2 crore in Andhra Pradesh in the first three days.

In Bengaluru, the movie reportedly has collected ₹1 crore in two days. However, the film experienced low run at theatres in Kerala as it faced huge competition from Malayalam movies "Premam" and "Ivide".

Meanwhile, reports from popular film-based website Koimoi, approximate box-office collection of "Masss' after first weekend are as follows.

4th Day (Monday) Collection: ₹6 crore

5th Day (Tuesday) Collection: ₹5 crore

6th Day (Wednesday) Collection: ₹4.5 crore

"Masss", which is written and directed by Venkat Prabhu, has a versatile star cast comprising of Pranitha Subhash, Premgi Amaren, Parthiban, Samuthirakani, Karunan, Simran, Sanjay Bharathi, Vidyullekha Raman, Riyaz Khan and Ganesh.

The cinematography has been handled by RD Rajasekhar, while Praveen KL has edited the movie. It has been jointly produced by Studio Green and 2D Entertainment and will be distributed by Eros International.