Telugu Film Krishnashtami Review Rating 1st & 2nd Day Collection Box Office Report

Telugu Film Krishnashtami Review Rating 1st & 2nd Day Collection Box Office Report :- Featuring Sunil, Dimple Chopade and Nikki Galrani in lead roles Telugu film Krishnashtami which went on screens yesterday is doing very well right now both at international and domestic markets as well. Despite of getting some seriously tough competition from regional languague and Bollywood movies this Tollywood flick is currently emerging as a clear winner at South Indian box office and its makers deserves a standing ovation for that.


The story of “Krishnashtami” is about a video game designer (Sunil), an NRI settled in America, who is not interested in arranged marriage. The first half of the movie has a family story, but lacks the entertainment quotient. Viewers found it slow and boring. The second is also said to be average with nothing interesting.

Comedian-turned-hero Sunil has done well which is the main highlight of “Krishnashtami”. But Vasu Varma has failed to use his talents. Dimple Chopade, Nikki Galrani and others have done their best. The movie has good production and music and picturisation stands out, add the audience.

Telugu Krishnashtami Star Rating 4/5* verdict for Krishnashtami : Well after watching this movie we can only say that only because of Kavya Madhavan it is somewhat bearable otherwise according to us we give a big no to this venture and there are better options that you can choose to watch currently.

Krishnashtami First Day Collection – Rs 7 crore (approx) As per our analysis we give a thumbs up to Krishnashtami and you should should definitely watch it for Nikki Galrani terrific performance as she is looking too hot on screen.

Krishnashtami Second Day Collection – Rs 6.50 crore (approx)

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