"Temper", which released last week, has continued to keep the bells ringing at the worldwide box office in the second week. The movie crossed the ₹40 crore mark on its second Friday.
"Temper" released in 1400+ screens across the globe on 13 February. It debuted with an overwhelming response and maintained rock-steady on the following days. The movie collected approximately ₹38+ crore at the worldwide box office in the first week. It became the highest grosser in the first week of 2015, beating the previous record set by "Gopala Gopala".
In its second week, "Temper" lost out a large number of cinema halls to new releases "Bandipodu", "Gayakudu", and a couple of dubbed films. The reduced screen count was a big blow to its business. Besides, the movie clashed with new releases which are giving it a tough competition.
The Junior NTR-Kajal Aggarwal starrer witnessed a big drop in its collection on its second Friday. However, it seems to have done good business as compared to that of other big-ticket films. "Temper" has collected approximately ₹2.50 crore at the worldwide box office on its eighth day. Its eight-day global collection stands at ₹4.50 crore nett.
"Temper", which is produced by Bandla Ganesh Babu, has been made with a whopping budget of ₹35 crore. It has made decent amount of table profit with its music, satellite and distribution rights, fetching around ₹50 crore to its producers. Its theatrical rights have been sold for over ₹42 crore.
Early trends suggest "Temper" will collect more than ₹3 crore at the worldwide box office on its second Saturday. Distributors are expected to earn a decent amount of profit share from the movie's theatrical run in the following days. The film is likely to enter the club of ₹50 crore movies in the second week.