Actor Pawan Kalyan's latest movie Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu has concluded the first week with a wonderful collection at the worldwide Box Office. This much-hyped movie, which has been directed by Puri Jagannath, was expected to break Power star's previous collection record set by Gabbar Singh, but it has failed to surpass the benchmark with a big margin.
According to official sources, Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu collected a share of Rs 21.74 crore nett at the Andhra Pradesh Box Office. The political entertainer has raked in Rs 3.19 crore from Karnataka and Rs 1.3 crore from rest of India. The makers of the film have a share of Rs 26.23 crore nett at the Indian Box Office in the first week of its release.
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu was released on Wednesday, October 17 in America, where it has done a good business. The Pawan Kalyan and Tamanna starrer movie has raked in Rs 4 crore nett at the USA Box Office in the first week. Its collection is much lower than that of Gabbar Singh, which had raked in Rs 4.13 crores in the country in the first weekend.
However, Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu has raked in Rs 30.23 crore nett at the worldwide Box Office in the first week. During its promotions, director Puri Jagannath had said that his movie would beat the record of Harish Shankar directed movie Gabbar Singh, which had collected Rs 36.5 crore in its opening week. But the film has utterly fallen back to live up to his words. One reason for it is that its screening was stalled in many place in the first weekend due to its controversial content.