Bangarraju held well on Monday, earning Rs. 6.25 crores Approx (Rs. 3.15 crores share) at the Indian film industry, for four days running absolute of Rs. 37.50 crores Approx (Rs. 24.25 crores share). The CoVID restrictions will be implied in Andhra Pradesh today, which is the best performing province for the film, so the box office collections will be dropping. Now the first-week collection of Rs. 48 crores approx are normal from the film.
The movie’s collections of Bangarraju in the Indian film industry are as the following:
Friday – Rs. 11.25 crores (Rs. 9.40 crores share)
Saturday – Rs. 10.50 crores (Rs. 6.20 crores share)
Sunday – Rs. 9.50 crores (Rs. 5.50 crores share)
Monday – Rs. 6.25 crores (Rs. 3.15 crores share)
Absolute – Rs. 37.50 crores (Rs. 24.25 crores share)
The holiday’s leftover demand was in play on Monday, all the more obvious in Northern Coastal Andhra areas like Vizag and Godavari regions, where Monday collections were comparable to how the film was treating the end of the week. The collection in parts of Southern Coastal Andhra dropped around 40%, which is still better compared to what typical drops are. In general Andhra area earned Rs. 4 crores (Rs. 2.15 crores share) on Monday when contrasted with Rs. 5 crores on Sunday (Rs. 2.80 crores share). Nizam which was at that point disappointing during the end of the week had higher drops at 50% while Ceeded had the most exceedingly awful hold in the twin states, with a drop of very nearly 60% from Sunday. This is very typical, however, as it is, for the most part, Northern AP that over-file during Sankranti.