Updated: January 15, 2017 7:10:44 pm
Keeping up a strong third-day collection, Chiranjeevi’s Khaidi No 150 retains its position with a steady numbers crossing the $1.5 million mark at the USA box office.
“Khaidi No 150’s grosses $103,840 at the #USA Box office taking the total to $1,635,717,” posted trade analyst Ramesh B.
The number shows a good Friday figure and the trade pundits predict that Pongal’s extended weekend would push the collection close to $2 million in the US market.
As per the latest updates, shared by Trade analyst Taran Adarsh, “Telugu film #KhaidiNo150 is heading towards $ 2 million mark in USA… Fri $ 131,087. Total: $ 1,662,963 [₹ 11.33 cr]. @Rentrak”
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 14, 2017
Meanwhile, reports suggest that domestic numbers are over Rs 40 crore with AP and Telangana states collecting Rs 30 crore.
The film needs $500K more to reach its break-even.
However, Friday numbers were not as intense as that of the opening day and premiere. Khaidi No 150 had garnered $615,000 at the US box office in advance booking, even before it opened in theatres. “Without a single show screened Boss broke all records (non-Baahubali) $615k till 4 pm EST #BOSSISBACK with a bang,” Classics Entertainment, the company which is distributing the Chiranjeevi-starrer in the US, had tweeted.
Khaidi No 150 also emerged as a clear winner in the Sankranti race among the major releases like Balakrishna’s Gautamiputra Satakarni and Vijay’s Bairavaa.
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Earlier, the numbers also broke Baahubali’s first-day record as the Chiranjeevi and V V Vinayak combo earned Rs 23.24 crore, leaving behind the Prabhas-Rajamouli film’s collection of Rs 22.4 crore.
The film marks a comeback to the star into Tollywood after 10 years. Khaidi No 150 is a Telugu remake of Tamil blockbuster and Vijay starrer Kaththi, which released in 2015.
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