Telugu movie "Temper has continued to keep cash registers ringing at the worldwide box office on weekdays. But the movie may not surpass the ₹40 crore by the end of first week.

Having done superb business in its opening weekend, "Temper" witnessed considerable amount of drop in its business on Monday. When compared to its opening day collection, the movie had steep fall of over 70% on its fourth day. The film has collected approximately ₹2.5 crore nett at the worldwide box office on the day.

Tuesday was a holiday due to Maha Shivratri festival and trade experts had predicted that the business of "Temper" would go up on the day. While the movie did show some improvement in its numbers, it wasn't upto the mark. The film collected around ₹3.25 crore nett at the worldwide box office on its fifth day.

On weekdays, "Temper" collected ₹5.75 crore at the worldwide box office, taking its five-day global total to ₹33.93 crore nett. These are approximate numbers based our own estimations of occupancy in theatres and they may vary from the official numbers to be released by the makers of the movie.

If the movie runs at its current pace, "Temper" will collect another ₹4.50+ crore nett at the global box office on Wednesday and Thursday. The movie is expected to conclude the first week with a superb collection of around ₹38.50 crore. However, the film will not be able to cross the mark of ₹40 crore in seven days as predicted by the trade experts in Film Nagar.

"Gabbar Singh" fame Bandla Ganesh Babu has produced "Temper" with a whopping budget of over ₹35 crore. Its theatrical rights of various regions have been sold for more than ₹42 crore. The movie is expected to return 90% of investments to its distributors in just seven days and earn a handsome amount of profit share in the second week.