Kalki 2898 AD Box Office Day 12: Prabhas’ Film Enters ₹900 Crore Club, 10th Indian Film to Achieve Milestone


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Kalki 2898 AD Box Office Collection Day 12: Prabhas' Film Becomes 10th Indian Film to Surpass ₹900 Crore Mark

Director Nag Ashwin’s much-anticipated film, Kalki 2898 AD, starring Prabhas and Deepika Padukone, has joined the elite club of Indian films crossing the ₹900 crore mark at the box office. However, the film experienced a sharp decline in its daily box office earnings on its second Monday.

Following a robust second weekend in theaters, Kalki 2898 AD amassed a domestic nett collection of ₹78.5 crore, with Sunday alone contributing ₹44.35 crore. Despite this strong weekend performance, the film’s earnings fell to ₹11.35 crore on Monday, marking a decline of over 74.41%, according to Sacnilk.

Comparatively, the second Monday performance of Kalki 2898 AD is notably lower than those of the top 5 highest-grossing Indian films. Dangal, the highest-grossing film in Indian cinema history with a global box office collection (GBOC) of ₹2,070.3 crore, earned ₹13.45 crore on its second Monday in 2016. In contrast, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, RRR, KGF: Chapter 2, and Jawan, which rank just below Dangal in box office collections, recorded ₹30 crore, ₹20.3 crore, ₹19.9 crore, and ₹19.1 crore, respectively, on their second Mondays.

Interestingly, the Hindi version of Kalki 2898 AD outperformed the original Telugu version on Monday, earning ₹6.5 crore compared to the Telugu version’s ₹3.5 crore. Additionally, the Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada versions of the film recorded earnings of ₹70 lakh, ₹50 lakh, and ₹15 lakh, respectively.

In terms of market occupancy, the 2D version of Kalki 2898 AD had an overall occupancy rate of 23.72% in the Telugu market on Monday. Morning shows started with a 16.03% occupancy, which increased to 22.69% in the afternoon and peaked at 29.13% in the evening. However, night shows saw a dip, standing at 27.02%. The 3D version recorded an overall occupancy rate of 22.11%.

Despite the drop in daily earnings, Kalki 2898 AD continues to make its mark in the Indian film industry, becoming the 10th Indian film to surpass the ₹900 crore mark. The film’s performance in the coming days will be crucial in determining its long-term success at the box office.

Sources By Agencies


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