Dhruva collections in Andhra Pradesh And Telangana
The remake of Tamil movie Chennai Oruvan, Dhruva starring Ram Charan Tej as the protagonist, Arvind Swamy as an antagonist, Rakul Preet Singh and Navdeep has been received really well at the box office by the Telugu audience though it was a really different script.
Every trade analyst was curious about how Dhruva would do at the box office as Ram Charan Tej’s fans are majorly the mass who expect the movie to have all the commercial aspects of item songs, impractical action sequences and situation less comedy. However, the success of this film has proven that the tastes of the audience and even the masses have changed and Dhruva fared really well both in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
The collected an amount of 15.15 crores, which is highest when compared to the other regions and this is definitely due to huge collections from the multiplexes in Hyderabad. Though the movie collected 6.61 crores in Nizam and 1.32 crores in Nellore, no doubt the distributors have suffered huge losses because they have bought the rights for a much higher price. And the film was released on their own by Geetha Arts in the east and west Godavari, where the performance was average too. The
Guntur and Krishna’s distributors have lost approximately 20% of the amount invested and it cannot be any further recovered as the amount is huge and new movies are being released for the Sankranthi season and it would be difficult to hold theatres during this period for a 5 weeks old movie.
No doubt that the movie has been hardly hit because of the demonetization and severely affected the collections in rural areas where the digital payments and online bookings haven’t yet been reached.
Dhruva Collections area wise:
Nizam- 15.15 Cr
The movie is expected to collect totally 41 crores by the end of the week.
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