Ramayya Vastavayya team (Twitter/Harish Shankar)
Ramayya Vastavayya team (Twitter/Harish ShankarTwitter/Harish Shankar

Jr NTR's "Ramayya Vastavayya" collection picked up on Sunday after witnessing a fall on second day. The film minted an opening weekend share of approximately ₹20.59 crore from worldwide box offices.

Released on 11 October, the film had opened to good response collecting ₹8.7 crore share. However, the film could not maintain the momentum on its second day and the business declined by 50 percent. It raked in only ₹2.76 crore on Saturday.

On Sunday, the film had seen slight growth in its earnings, by raking in approximately ₹4 crore from AP box office. The three days AP share of the film is ₹15.54 crore, reports Tollyrevenue.com.

The opening weekend breakup of the film is: ₹5.31 crore in Nizam, ₹3.28 crore from Ceded, ₹1.32 crore in Vizag, ₹1.04 crore in East, ₹1.06 crore in West, ₹98 lakh in Krishna, ₹1.81 crore in Guntur and ₹74 lakh in Nellore.  

From Karnataka the film minted ₹2.7 crore, ₹55 lakh from rest of India and overseas ₹1.8 crore.

With Dussehra holiday on Monday, the film is set to take its four days total to ₹24.5 crore. If the collection continues this pace, it will end the first week by earning between ₹30-₹32 crore.  

Also, the upcoming Eid holiday on 16 October would help the business to increase marginally. But how it performs on weekdays will decide the fate of the film.