The figures for both the advance Box Office gross and the number
of tickets sold have beaten the Krish's previous best films
Vedam and Gamyam. The producer of the film Rajeev
said the AP Weekend share alone touched Rs 4.25 cr. The demand for
more shows in the B and C centers came in as a big surprise for
exhibitors, the movie opened on Friday with tickets sold out for
the entire weekend worldwide.
Trade analysts and exhibitors say that with overseas market
contributing to ticket sales in a big way, we won't be surprised if
collection crosses the Rs 45 cr mark and move even further.
According to trade analysts and exhibitors KVJ scored big
even in city like Ahmedabad. The first day first shows had 105
audiences and second day saw 120 audiences in screens capacity of
146. Earlier, films from Tollywood could touch only a maximum of 60
marks in these screens.
In the USA alone, the first day collection is more than first
week collection of the last few Tollywood releases. According to
trade analyst Taran Adarsh, Telugu film Krishnam Vande
Jagadgurum collections has crossed Rs 92 lakhs ($169,518) from
30 locations at the USA Box Office. It has raked in $83,840 on
Friday and $85,678 on Saturday.
Director Krish is delighted. He said, he broke the B and C
center shackle this time with ticket sales of KVJ touching
new high unlike his earlier releases. With this film, he feels that
he found the right story to touch the chord with audience in
smaller towns. The number of shows is on the rise since the movie
got a fantastic opening coupled with good audience reviews, added
Hero Rana, who plays the role of B Tech Babu and a reluctant
theater actor, takes on the powerful mining mafia in this highly
entertaining action film. His action and dialogue delivery has been
one of the most talked about in the latest BO blockbuster. His
co-star Nayantara, plays the role of documentary
The other key attractions of the film are Mani Shankar's music, Gnanasekhar's cinematography, Sai Madhav Burra's dialogues skillfully choreographed fights by Fefsi Vijayan, Venkatesh-Sameera and Hazel Keech's item numbers.