Thanks to its performance in the foreign countries, the overall tally has now reached ₹49.49 crore(including the Telugu version) without considering the second week's collections.
However, the film has failed to beat the weekend collections of Raghava Lawrence's Kanchana 2 in Malaysia, the place which is considered as an important contributor among the international market.
While Masss has amassed $748,527 which approximately amounts to ₹4.7 crore, Kanchana 2 had piled up $778,670(₹4.9 crore) in the land belonging to the Malayans.
In the USA, which is the second highest contributor, the film has not collected as expected, considering Suriya's popularity there. Call it the Anjaan effect, but Masss has just ₹1.46 crore to show off from the US box office.
But the biggest pleasant surprise comes from the United Kingdom. Collecting an impressive ₹83.22 lakh, the film is still being screened at many theatres in the UK.
Other major contributions have flown in from Australia and France. The movie enjoyed a decent run at the Australian box office over the weekend and has stockpiled ₹50.30 lakh.
While in France it has accumulated ₹27.51 lakh, it has managed to collect a meagre ₹8.21 lakh from Norway. From other foreign countries, Masss has reportedly gathered ₹8.15 crore, taking the overall overseas gross close to ₹16 crore.
Look at the slides below for detailed box office numbers from India
In Tamil Nadu, the Suriya starrer has collected ₹20.9 crore from the opening weekend, with Chennai alone contributing close to ₹2 crore. The film is going strong in B & C centres.
In Andhra Pradesh, Masss has amassed a whopping ₹3.21 crore, thanks to its Telugu version Rakshasudu. The film was expected to do well there as Suriya normally enjoys a strong market in AP.
Surprisingly, Masss has done better in Karnataka when compared to Kerala, where Tamil movies usually run well. With Bangalore contributing heavily, the overall tally in Karnataka stands at ₹3.10 crore.
Collecting ₹2.95 crore in the God's own country, Masss has done well in Kerala considering the tough competition it had to face from two straight Malayalam movies over the weekend.
In Telangana too the movie has some decent numbers to show off. With ₹1.83 crore already in the bank, the horror-comedy film is still going strong in that area.
Rest of India
Masss has apparently tanked big time at the North Indian box office. Managing to collect just ₹1.50 crore from rest of India, it is to be seen if the movie somehow picks up in other parts of India, especially middle and north to improve its overall tally.
Overall Worldwide Gross
Overall, with an impressive ₹49.49 crore under its possession, Masss has done well in its opening weekend.
Acid Test Begins
The monetary success of this film will largely depend on its performance this week. If the film manages to run well throughout the week, then it might end up with 'good' box office numbers.