According to Andhra Box Office numbers, the film collected Rs 64.4 crore worldwide with a gross sum of Rs 42.5 crore coming from both the Telugu speaking states alone.
It seems like a mix of Troy, Narnia and 300, given the size of the army and the wars fought on wild sands, soft grass and battleships respectively.
Ram Charan with Dhruva, Chiranjeevi with Khaidi No 150 and Pawan Kalyan with two Tamil remakes.
Reports also suggest that Varalaxmi Sarathkumar has been roped in to play the role of a cop in the film.
The film was initially slated for a release on November 12 but was postponed by the producers due to the demonetisation drive that led to cash woes.
Rathnavelu and Devi Sri Prasad will reportedly be brought onboard as cinematographer and music director respectively.
Buzz is that Rana is planning to remake Malayalam blockbuster Bangalore Days in Telugu and that Chaitu has been brought onboard.
The filmmakers made last minute changes even after the first pre-look poster was released last month. The film is slated to release in December.
Baahubali: The Conclusion just revealed the first look of Baahubali's arch nemesis, King Bhallala. Rana Daggubati will make you shiver with evil he personifies as the king.
The film is said to be based on the mysterious sinking of PNS Ghazi, a Pakistan submarine during the Indo-Pak 1971 war.
Khaidi No 150 is Chiranjeevi’s comeback and his 150th movie. The film marks the comeback of Chiru in Tollywood after close to a decade.
As Venkatesh celebrates his 55th birthday, he proves he is still a style icon with his new Guru avatar. The film's teaser landed on Tuesday.
Dhruva was released in India on Friday mostly to positive response from the media and fans.
Shooting of Mahesh Babu and director AR Murugadoss's maiden project is currently underway in Ahmedabad.
Kajal Aggarwal says Chiranjeevi made her feel at ease while shooting Khaidi No 150.
Dhruva released on Friday to a good response and it is said to have been an excellent weekend for the film in terms of collections.
Baahubali TV series will run into seasons and it will me made on the scale of American cult television show Game of Thrones.
Dhruva is the official Telugu remake of Tamil blockbuster Thani Oruvan. It has Jayam Ravi playing the daredevil cop.
The duo's collaboration gained popularity after delivering devotional films like Annamayya, Sri Ramdasu and Shridi Sai.
The film's formal launch will take place after Sankranti and its regular shooting will commence immediately. The unit is aiming for a release in the second half of 2017.
Meanwhile, the buzz is that the couple will have a destination wedding, mostly likely in Italy.
The Priyadarshan-directed movie, which released in Onam, became a Mollywood box office hit that earned Rs 50 crore.
After presenting Paritala Ravi’s story as Rakta Charitra, RGV is bringing another political, gang war and a crime-based story about Vijayawada’s politician-cum-factionist, Vangaveeti Ranga.
Dhruva movie review: This film has three stars -- its hero Ram Charan Teja, its powerful villain Arvind Swamy and its script.
With just hours before the release, here is a look at why the film might turn tables for Ram Charan Teja.