KGF: Chapter 1 box office collection — Hindi version of Yash-starrer mints Rs 12.1 cr in four days
KGF: Chapter 1 could recover the entire cost of the film, about Rs 80 crore, by Tuesday, trade experts claim
The Hindi version of Yash's action-extravaganza KGF: Chapter 1 raked in Rs 2.90 cr on Monday, 24 December, bringing its total to Rs 12.10 crores after the fourth day of its release.
#KGF continues to trend very, very well... Mon is higher than Fri and similar to Sat... #Christmas holiday today should boost its biz further... Fri 2.10 cr, Sat 3 cr, Sun 4.10 cr, Mon 2.90 cr. Total: ₹ 12.10 cr. India biz. Note: HINDI version.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 25, 2018
The Hindi-dubbed film, which opened with Rs 2.10 crores, has shown an upward rise in collections since it hit the screens on 21 December. The Prashant Neel's Kannada film was also released in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. Despite tough competition from Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Zero, Yash and Srinidhi's period drama has sustained its pace at the box office.
As per Business Today, experts have claimed that KGF will be able to recover the entire cost of the film (approximately Rs 80 crores) by Tuesday.
KGF is the biggest film ever produced in the history of Kannada cinema, and is being compared to Baahubali in terms of grandeur and scale. Interestingly, the film has garnered immense success in Karnataka and is only second to SS Rajamouli's duology.
The big-budget action film also stars Ramya Krishnan, Anant Nag and Achyuth Kumar, apart from Yash.
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