Kurup is on its way to becoming the highest-grossing film in the career of its leading man, Dulquer Salmaan. The Srinath Rajendran directorial, which hit the theatres on November 12, Friday, has crossed the 40-Crore mark at the box office on its first weekend. Now, Kurup has reportedly reached the prestigious 50-Crore mark at the worldwide box office.
According to the latest updates from the trade experts, Kurup has earned a total gross collection of Rs. 55.7 Crore within the first 4 days of its release. If things follow at the same rate, the Dulquer Salmaan starrer might cross the 100-Crore mark at the box office with it completes the second weekend of its release.
Dulquer Salmaan recently took to his official pages and confirmed the reports with a new poster Kurup, and a long, emotional note. The actor expressed his gratitude to the audience and well-wishers who welcomed the film with open arms, in the post.
Read Dulquer Salmaan's post here:
As reported earlier, Kurup has already broken multiple records set by Mohanlal's Odiyan at the worldwide box office. The crime thriller emerged as the biggest opener at the worldwide box office with its day 1 box office collections, which crossed the 20-Crore mark. Kurup has also emerged as the highest-grossing Malayalam film at the UAE-GCC box office.
Read Kurup box office first weekend (3 days) collection breakdown here:
Kerala: Rs. 13.5 Crore
Tamil Nadu: Rs. 2.75 Crore
Karnataka: Rs. 2.30 Crore
Telugu States: Rs. 2.20 Crore
North India: Rs. 1.20 Crore
All-India Gross: Rs. 21.95 Crore
Overseas Gross: Rs. 19.21 Crore
Worldwide Gross: Rs. 41.16 Crore
The box office rampage of Kurup has unarguably cemented its leading man Dulquer Salmaan's superstardom. The actor-producer has established himself as the most-bankable actor of his generation from the Malayalam film industry, with the massive success of the Srinath Rajendran directorial. Dulquer Salmaan's will to release Kurup only on theatres has resulted in the enormous success of the movie and revived the Malayalam film industry to a certain extent. The success of Kurup has motivated the other producers to go ahead with the theatrical release for their films.