Dhruva Eyeing 45 Cr Plus Week!

dhruva-eyeing-rs-45-cr-plus-weekDhruva starring Megapower Star Ram Charan has had a sensational weekend at the box office. After a low opening day, the film has come into its own in the subsequent days.

On the second and third days, Dhruva has put up numbers that are on par with the biggest hits of all time in Telugu cinema. It shows that word of mouth has played a big role in bringing the audience in and they initially showed very little interest. It also shows when the movie is good, people don’t mind spending even if the issue is as grave as demonetization.

In its opening weekend, Dhruva has collected well over 30 Cr. A first week in mid-forties looks almost certain at this point going by how well Monday has sustained. If the upcoming few days also continue the same momentum 47 Cr plus week is on cards. Good content combined with star power has done the trick.

Follow @mirchi9 for more User Comments
YS - Jagan - Ramoji RaoDon't MissRamoji Rao's Donations Brings Questions on JaganMedia Baron and Eenadu Group Chairman, Ramoji Rao had announced a donation of 10 Crore...Corona Virus Deaths in US Cross That of 9/11 TollDon't MissCorona Virus Deaths in US Cross That of 9/11 TollThe United States has become the Epicenter of Coronavirus infections across the globe. The country...Deva Katta controversial comments on coronavirus donationsDon't Missవిరాళం ఇవ్వమని ఇండస్ట్రీ లో డిమాండ్ చేస్తున్నారా?కరోనా విపత్తు సమయంలో రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వాలకు, పస్తులు ఉంటున్న సినీ కార్మికులకు విరివిగా విరాళాలు ప్రకటించి ఆదర్శప్రాయంగా నిలించారు. తెలుగు...Around 1100 From Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Visits the Epicenter of Corona Cases in India?Don't MissAround 1100 From AP and TS Visits the Epicenter of Corona Cases in India?Over 8000 people from across India and countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, etc. attended...Wow,-KCR-Takes-Bravest-Decision--What-About-JaganDon't MissWow, KCR Takes Bravest Decision. What About Jagan?The Coronavirus impact is shattering the economies across the globe. Things are even worse in...