thailavii box office first day business: thailavii box office first day business Kangana Ranaut film collected just more than 1 crore

Kangana Ranaut’s most awaited film ‘Thalaivi’ has been released in theaters on 10 September. This film of Legend Jayalalithaa, a well-known South actress and 6-time CM of Tamil Nadu, has earned 20-25 lakh rupees in the Hindi belt on the first day. Let us tell you that not all theaters across the country are still open.

According to the report of Box Office India, while the earnings of the film ‘Thalaivi’ were very low in other places, the audience of Delhi, UP and Gujarat have given good contribution. If we talk about the collection of the film across the country, then it has been around Rs 1.25 crore. Actually the film did good business in Tamil Nadu and it has done around 80 lakhs. It was to happen, this film of Kangana is giving fierce competition to the local film ‘Labaam’.

If you compare Kangana’s ‘Thalaivi’ with Akshay Kumar’s recent release ‘Bell Bottom’ then it is quite less. While Kangana’s film earned 1.25 crores, Akshay’s film did a business of Rs 2.75 crores on the first day.

Apart from this, ‘Thalaivi’ has done better business than Tamil films in some areas of Chennai. The film could not find its footing in Nizam/Andhra as the local film ‘Citimar’ is fiercely in the hearts of the audience, which has earned around Rs 4 crore on the opening day. Seetimaarr has become the highest opening film in the cinemas that resumed after Corona, which may prove to be the third successful film in the country after two Punjabi films.

Kangana’s ‘Thalaivi’ is expected to do good business in Tamil Nadu. Due to the South look of the film, it may appeal less to North Indian fans.

According to information received from the filmmakers, ‘Thalaivi’ has earned over 85 crores with satellite, digital and music rights even before the theatrical release.

It has been told that this film of Kangana has been released in 750-800 cinemas in Tamil Nadu from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka due to the closure of Kerala.

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