Kaala Box Office Collection: As strange as it may sound Kaala Starring superstar Rajinikanth did not open as well as expected. However it has have picked up momentum and crossed 100 Cr World wide collection but the footfall is lesser by a margin.
One would have expected a jam packed theater for Kaala, after all it marks the second collaboration between Rajnikanth and Director Pa. Ranjit after Kabali. But domestic market isn’t treating Kaala as well as Kabali, although overseas market is more or less compensating for the lack of audience.
Kaala Box Office Collection Day 4
Kaala opens to mixed collection from the country. On one hand, Kaala took an all-time No.1 Opening for a movie with a 4-days weekend in Chennai with – 6.64 Crores. It did not fair that well in the rest of the states.
Ramesh Bala shared the stats on his official Twitter account.
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) June 11, 2018
Kaala Overseas Collection
While slow in the country, Kaala is coming across as a massive hit Oversears. As per the reports, the movie emerges as the second highest India opening weekend grosser of 2018 in Australia after Padmaavat.
Taran Adarsh, the Biz Analyst and Movie Critic shared the stats on his official Twitter account –
#Kaala is SUPERB in Australia… Emerges SECOND HIGHEST *opening weekend grosser* of 2018 [Indian films], after #Padmaavat…
Thu A$ 105,672
Fri A$ 100,662
Sat A$ 110,616
Sun A$ 85,263
Total: A$ 402,213 [₹ 2.04 cr]@Rentrak
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) June 11, 2018
The Hindi version of the movie faces competition from Veere Di Wedding as it maintains it grip. Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom also had a slow start like Kaala, but can surely offer some friction to Kaala during the weekend.
Produced by Dhanush under the banner of Wunderbar Films, the film is based on Mumbais slum gangster who fights for the land of his fellow residents. Kaala boasts an impressive star cast along side the superstar including: Huma Qureshi, Nana Patekar, Anjali Patil, Samuthirakani, Sukanya, Eswari Rao and Sayaji Shinde.
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