Kasaba, the Mammootty starrer hit the theatres on 7th July. The movie, which is running successfully all over Kerala and the major Indian cities, is all set to release in Gulf countries.
The movie is releasing all over GCC today (4th August), in about 64 centres. Kasaba, which is directed by Nithin Renji Panicker, has broken multiple box office records of Malayalam movie industry.
It made an initial collection of 2.48 Crores from the Kerala box office, thus emerging as the movie with the highest initial collection. But the release of Rajinikanth's Kabali affected the collection of Kasaba badly.
But now, the movie is expected to be back in form, as several releasing centres are bringing back Kasaba into the screens. The movie is expected to cross 25 Crores gross collection, within the first month of release.
Mammootty's earlier releases, including the highly acclaimed Pathemari, were well-received by the Gulf audiences. Kasaba team expects that the movie will succeed in repeating the box office magic in GCC.
Meanwhile, the team is all set to move legally against the Kerala Women's Commission's actions against the movie. However, lead actor Mammootty has not commented on the issue yet.