The box office continues to be ruled by South Asian films and its actors. The films “Karthikeya 2” by Nikhil Siddharth and “Cobra” by Chiyaan Vikram are now ruling the box office. After causing a stir at the Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam box offices, Dulquer Salmaan’s “Sita Ramam” has finally made an appearance at the Hindi box office. The movie’s opening day, which occurred on Friday, was underwhelming. On the first day, it was unable to surpass the Rs 1 crore threshold. View the box office results for every movie released on Friday, including Cobra, Karthikeya 2, and Liger.
Cobra: For the third day in a row, it appears that Cobra’s box office receipts are declining. The first day of commerce for Vikram’s movie brought in Rs 17.45 crore. On the second day, it brought in Rs. 5.15 crore, a 70% decrease. In the meantime, new data indicates that the movie only made Rs 3.70 crore on the third day. Along with this, the movie starring Chiyan Vikram made a total of Rs 26.30 crore in just three days.
Karthikeya 2: One of the biggest box office successes of the year is the South star Nikhil Siddharth’s movie “Karthikeya 2.” The movie, which competed fiercely with high-budget movies like “Laal Singh Chaddha,” “Raksha Bandhan,” and “Liger,” has surpassed the $100 million mark worldwide. Regarding the movie’s performance at the Indian box office, Nikhil Siddharth’s film is bringing in more than a crore every single day, even on the 21st. With this, “Karthikeya 2’s” revenue has surpassed Rs 77 crore.
Liger: The state of Vijay Deverakonda’s Hindi debut film is worse than Aamir Khan’s “Laal Singh Chaddha,” according to liger. Liger, which debuted in theatres on August 25 in five different languages, is barely making any money. This sports drama movie only made Rs 50 lakh worldwide on the ninth day. Additionally, the Puri Jagannadh-directed movie made a total of Rs 40.58 crore in revenue in just nine days.
Sita Ramam: a movie starring Dulquer Salmaan, Rashmika Mandanna, and Mrunal Thakur, became a regional hit in the South. Sadly, it did not perform particularly well at the Hindi box office. This film, which cost Rs 30 crores to produce, lost money on the very first day of release. Preliminary data indicates that the movie made about Rs 70 lakh on its opening day.
Brahmastra: Advance ticket sales for the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starring film have begun. The Hindi version of Ayan Mukerji’s movie has reportedly earned Rs 28 lakh from ticket sales so far, according to media sources. The majority of reservations, up until Friday, were made in Delhi-NCR, per the reports. The advance booking period for “Brahmastra” will remain open through the evening of September 8, thus these numbers could alter now.