Darbar, the much-awaited Rajinikanth starring action-thriller has finally hit the theatres yesterday (January 9, Thursday). The AR Murugadoss directorial has been widely accepted by the audiences and is getting positive reviews from all over the world. Darbar is definitely a treat for the die-hard fans of Rajinikanth, who were eagerly waiting to watch the superstar in a highly energetic avatar.
Currently, both the Tamil film industry and cine-goers are eager to know how Darbar fared at the box office on its release day. Did the Rajinikanth-AR Murugadoss project break all the pre-existing box office collection records of Tamil cinema?
Read Darbar box office day 1 worldwide collection report here to know...
Chennai City Box Office Collections
Reportedly, Darbar, which has had a massive release in the city with a huge number of fan shows, has performed exceeding well at the Chennai box office. The movie has collected 2.27 Crore from Chennai city alone.
The Tamil Nadu Box Office
The latest reports from the trade experts suggest that the Rajinikanth starrer has made a thunderous opening in Tamil Nadu. A total collection of 13 to 15 Crore is expected from the Tamil Nadu box office.
The Rest Of India Collections (Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh & Telangana)
Darbar has been received exceeding well by the audiences from all the major Indian states. The movie has collected 4.5 Crore in Telugu states. The Rajinikanth starrer is expected to collect 1.5 Crore in Kerala and 2 - 2.5 Crore in Karnataka.
The All India Collections
While considering the estimated collections from the box offices of Tamil Nadu and the rest of India, Darbar is expected to make a total collection of around 20 Crore from the all India box office.
The Worldwide Collections
The Rajinikanth starrer is equally well-received by the audiences outside India. The trade experts are expecting a total collection of 10 to 15 Crore from the overseas box office. In that case, the total day 1 collection at the worldwide box office is expected to be around 30 to 35 Crore.