Gabbar Singh has turned out to be the highest grosser at the Tollywood Box Office. According to reports, the Telugu remake of Dabangg has collected more than Rs 150 crores at the worldwide Box Office in 60 days. With this the film has become the first film to start the club of Rs 100 crore movies in Telugu.
Gabbar Singh, which has been made with a budget of Rs 30 crore, was released in theatres across the globe on May 11, 2012. Wherever the movie was released, it received an overwhelming response in all areas. The film collected a staggering Rs 128.75 crore in just three weeks (till June 1) in both domestic and global market together.
According to trade experts in Tollywood, Mahesh Babu's Dookudu, which was released in December, 2011, had grossed Rs 83.15 crore in 21 days. Ram Charan Teja's Magadheera, which hit the theatres in August 2009, had raked in Rs 90 crore in the three weeks. Gabbar Singh has broken records of both films and set its own new and very big mark at the Tollywood Box Office.
Besides India, Gabbar Singh has done wonderful collection at the USA Box Office, where it had scored Rs 4.50 crore from 43 screens. It had beaten the first weekend record of big budget Hindi films like Rockstar (Rs 3.30 crore), Desi Boyz (Rs 3.79 crore), Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu (Rs 3.5 crore).
However, Gabbar Singh has now completed 68 days at the worldwide Box Office. The movie is still receiving good response in India and a few centres in USA. A couple of weeks ago, the makers of the movie had grand success party on its completion of 50 days. The film has created an all-time record so far.