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KGF box office collection Day 3: Yash starrer earns Rs 59.61 crore

KGF box office collection Day 3: Yash starrer magnum opus earned Rs 22.40 crore on its third day. The upward trend in its earnings suggests that the film might continue to do well during the weekdays as well.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: December 24, 2018 12:50:53 pm
KGF box office collection Day 3 KGF box office collection Day 3: This Yash starrer has earned Rs 22.4 crore on its third day.

Yash starrer KGF has had a positive impact at the box office. On its third day, the film earned Rs 22.4 crore at the Indian box office, including the Hindi version. The Hindi version solely earned Rs 4.1 crore at the ticket counters on day 3. The total earning of the film now stands at Rs 59.61 crore.

KGF stands for Kolar Gold Fields. The film, written and directed by Prashanth Neel, minted Rs 18.1 crore on its opening day and Rs 19.2 crore on the second day of its release. The upward trend suggests that the film’s earnings could rise during the week.

Produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banner of Hombale Films, the film features Yash and Srinidhi Shetty in the lead roles.

Despite tough competition from movies in other languages like Zero (Hindi), Maari 2 and Seethakaathi (Tamil), the Kannada film has been well received by the audience as well as critics.

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The film released across the globe in not just Kannada, but also in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi simultaneously.

In her review, The Indian Express critic Shubhra Gupta wrote, “You admire the striking cinematography, and the brown and sepia colours which suffuse the screen. But there’s really nothing more. Beat, punch, slap. Dialogue. Rinse, repeat. Yash looks capable while slashing and punching, and it helps that he has barely anything to say.”

The Prashant Neel directorial is showing a steady upward trend on the weekend and the Christmas holiday will also be crucial for its business as it might help it further soar commercially.

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