Telugu Movie Garam 2nd Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report

Telugu Movie Garam 2nd Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report :- Directed by Madam Mohan Reddy Telugu romantic comedy action film Garam which features Aadi Pudipeddi and Adah Sharma in lead roles has made a spectacular opening last day both at domestic and worldwide box office as public has welcomed this lovely light refreshing plot with open hands. Made with a medium budget of only 20 crore this film also has comedy king Brahmanandam as he can be seen doing a funny parody of Aamir Khan from PK.


Varala Babu (Aadi) goes to Hyderabad in search of job. He bumps into a Muslim girl Sameera (Adah Sharma) and falls in love with her. Varala Babu has another motive to come to the city. He is in fact searching for his ‘missing’ friend (Chaitanya Krishna). He saves him from the goons but he goes missing again. Rest of the film is about how Varala Babu succeeds in saving his friend and loved ones from bad people.

Aadi is okay in the lead role. It is a very ordinary character that doesn’t put the actor to the test. He is good in songs and fights. Adah Sharma is alright. Veteran actor Naresh is good as a middle class father. Brahmanandam is wasted. Kabeer is fine as the main baddie. Posani, Shakalaka Shankar, Jayaprakash Reddy and Tanikella Bharani tried their best to lift the spirits.

As far as the collections of this film that it has managed to earn from its Saturday businrss are concerned well the good news is that Garam 2nd day overall occupancy has been estimated around 55% which is really very nice. Public response is awesome and most of them can be seen complimenting lead actress Adah Sharma as she has essayed the character of Sameera very well.

Garam Telugu Second Day Collection in India – Rs 9 crore (approx)

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