Yogish-Supritha starrer Kannada movie Ambari has completed 100 days in 12 theatres and become the first movie to celebrate the century in 2009. Recently, the film crew had gathered to celebrate the success at Green House Raj Milan in Bangalore. The film crew looked very happy.
Speaking on the occasion, director Arjun said, "Ambari will complete 150 days. Now the movie has been running for 100 days in 12 theatres throughout Karnataka. The movie, which was made with 2.5 crores budget, has already earned a profit of Rs 5 crores. This success, which is an award to my hard work, goes to the Kannada audience. The success of the movie has increased my responsibilities."
He revealed that the movie has earned Rs 2.5 Lakhs from 14 weeks screening at Sagar Theatre in Bangalore. He expressed his happiness over the sale of Ambari audio. He said, "According to the market reports, three Lakh audio CDs and 80000 Cassettes have been sold. I am very happy for the movie has done very well amidst market recession, IPL Cricket, Summer heat, Lokhsabha Election.
However, Puneet Rajkumar, director Prem, Rakshita, Andritha Rai, Raghavendra Rajkumar, Ajith and Yash, who have watched the movie Ambari, have appreciated Yogish's performance in the movie. The success of the movie has created hope for new Kannada movies.