Yash starrer Raja Huli, which was released on Kannada Rajyotsava (Nov 1) all over the state, is getting rave reviews from the critics and audience. The actor's much anticipated movie has struck gold in Bangalore Box Office.
In spite of tough competition from Tamil flick Arrambam and Bollywood movie Krrish 3, Kannada movie Raja Huli is successful enough to attract the crowd. The movie is the remake of Tamil hit Sundarapandian.
Bangalore Mirror (BM) has reported that the first week collection of Raja Huli is Rs 4.5 crore and the gross collection of the movie by end of Thursday was Rs 7 crore. It is said that the movie is a record for both Yash and producer Gandgugali K Manju aka Kobri Manju.
Speaking to the daily, producer Manju said, "It is a record-breaking collection. I never expected the film to do so well. There has not been a single negative opinion about the film so far." Raja Huli distributor Jayanna, who was also the distributor of Yash's previous movie Googly, has said that the movie might end up collecting 20% more at the end.
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Will Cross The Collection Of Googly
"Jaanu was average. Drama collected double that of Jaanu. Googly collected double of Drama's collection. Raja Huli will collect about 20 per cent more than Googly," Jayanna added.
Googly Collected Rs 10 Crore
It is reported that Yash's previous movie Googly has collected Rs 10 crore. The movie had made the biggest collection at Karnataka Box Office.
Raja Huli Bettered Arrambam And Krissh 3 In Box Office Collection
Initially, Raja Huli faced the heat of Hrithik starrer Krrish 3 and Ajith's Arrambam at the Box Office. It has bettered both these films in the Box Office collection.
Krrish 3 Collection in First Week
Krrish 3 has collected Rs 6 crore, which includes the collection of Mumbai and Karnataka. Raja Huli has collected Rs 4.5 crore in Karnataka alone.
Arrambam Bangalore Box Office Report
Though Bangalore is considered as the second biggest market for Tamil movies, Arrambam has grossed Rs 2 crore at Bangalore Box Office.
Telugu Films Are The Main Competitors
Jayanna said, "Kannada films are not affected by Tamil or Hindi films. Only Telugu films eat into collections of Kannada films. But there were no releases competing with Raja Huli."