Golden Star Ganesh starrer Shravani Subramanya, which was released in the last week of December 2013 is doing a decent business at the Box Office. The movie, which opened up with the positive reviews from critics and audience, is still running packed houses.
Amidst facing the heat of other language movies, Shravani Subramanya remained to perform well at the Karnataka Box Office. After completing 25 days across the state, the film has approximately grossed Rs 7 crore. It is said that the movie was replaced by Tamil movies - Veeram, Jilla and Telugu movies - 1 Nenokkadine, Yevadu in many single screen and Multiplex theatres, which had kept the makers of Shravani Subramanya in lurch.
Now, it is reported that compared to other language movies, there is a huge demand for Shravani Subramanya. Sources from Bangalore Multiplex theatre said, "There is huge demand for Shravani Subramanya. The movie is really doing a decent business all over the state. We have decided to increase the number of screens and shows for the movie in this week."
Sources from Gandhinagara said that 140 theatres will be added in the coming week, this will help Shravani Subramanya to do wonderful business. The profit made by the movie in 25 days is considered as the highest grossed amount ever for a Ganesh movie.