Director VV Vinayak's latest Telugu movie Naayak, which opened to an earth-shattering response, has shown a huge growth in its business at the worldwide Box Office on Thursday. The second day collection of the Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Aggarwal and Amala Paul starrer film is said to be the biggest record in the history of Telugu cinema.
Naayak had collected Rs 11.25 crores from 1,600+ screens at the worldwide Box Office on the first day of its release. On the second day, the VV Vinayak directed action entertainer has witnessed an average of 66% in its business across the globe. The film has collected Rs 17.04 crores at the Box Office, taking its two days total to Rs 28.29 crores.
The Ram-Kajal-Amala starrer has raked in Rs 13.49 crores at the AP Box Office and Rs 3.55 crores in others parts of the world. Its area-wise breakup is Rs 4 crore from Nizam, Rs 1.15 crores from Vizag, Rs 1.20 crores from East Godavari, Rs 1.10 crores from West Godavari, Rs 75 lakhs from Krishna, Rs 1.85 crores from Guntur, Rs 70 lakhs from Nellore, Rs 2.74 crores from Ceded, Rs 2 crores from Karnataka, Rs 90 lakhs from other parts of India and Rs 65 lakhs from international market.
However, VV Vinayak's much-awaited movie Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (SVSC) featuring superstars Mahesh Babu and Victory Venkatesh in leads, has hit the screens today. Trade experts predict that this family drama would surely slow down the pace of Naayak at the Box Office. It should be seen whether Naayak would get affected by SVSC.
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