May 28, 2020

Katamarayudu Collection on Third Day First Weekend Income Report

Katamarayudu Collection on Third Day First Weekend Income Report :- Telugu film Katamarayudu which was released earlier this week in cinemas all across the world is grossing at a blazing fast pace right now. The Kishore Kumar Pardasani directorial is currently on a record breaking spree as it has already broken the first day box office collection record of Chiranjeevi’s Khaidi no 150 which has earned 47 crore through its opening day biz. Pawan Kalyan and Shruti Haasan are essaying main leads in this venture and their massive fan followings is helping this venture big time.

Below is what famous India trade analyst Taran Adarsh has tweeted confirming the first two days collection Katamarayudu in the USA box office markets :

On its opening day, the Pawan Kalyan-starrer has raked in a whopping Rs 55 crore, surpassing the numbers of his brother and megastar Chiranjeevi’s Khaidi No 150, which reportedly earned Rs 47 crore on its first day. Katamarayudu witnessed 95 per cent occupancy in theatres on Saturday. As per trade figures, the film has reportedly minted Rs 30 crore on its second day. Going by the unprecedented craze, Katamarayudu is likely to gross Rs 100-crore mark in the coming days. It may be noted that Katamarayudu has already earned Rs 100 crore through its satellite and distribution rights.

Now taking about the performance of this movie today in the Indian regions Katamarayudu 3rd day overall occupancy rate has been recorded around 85% which is outstanding and now we have to see that how many milestones this flick with achieve as currently we can surely say that its a superhit blockbuster of South India.

Katamarayudu 3rd Day Collection – Rs 57 crore (approx)

Katamarayudu Opening Weekend Collection – Rs 142 crore (approx)

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