The first part of the biopic of the legend Nandamuri Taraka Ramarao, NTR – Kathanayakudu is all set to release tomorrow. The premiere will begin in a record number of screens in a few hours from now. Here is how the opening day is looking at worldwide.
Currently, the last film in the combination of Nandamuri Balakrishna and director Krish, Gautamiputra Satakarni (GPSK), holds the record for the biggest opener for the senior star. It collected nearly 13 Cr worldwide on its opening. NTR – Kathanayakudu is getting a bigger and wider release than GPSK and is likely to overtake it in both the Telugu states as well as overseas.
In the Telugu states, the bookings are a mixed bag with the multiplexes dominating the single screens. Also, not all areas are showing a similar response, and we have a few, which are yet to take off. Still, the vast number of shows and price is going to help it set a new record in Telugu states if the talk is as good as GPSK at the minimum.
In the US, Gautamaiputra Satakarni has collected $375K for the premieres which will be easily eclipsed by NTR – Kathanayakudu. The half a million mark also looks like a done deal. How much bigger it can go from there is what that needs to be seen.
The premiere count for NTR – Kathanayakudu has already begun. The biopic has already collected $183 K at 9 AM EST. Keep watching this space as we update the number. The higher the US collections, the farther NTR – Kathanayakudu is going from 15 Cr worldwide on its opening day.Don't MissPic Talk: Shraddha's Tempting Navel ShowShraddha Das though did not make it big as a heroine in the film industry,...Don't MissHere Is A Perfect Chance To Score A Hit For AkhilAkkineni Akhil came with great hype and expectation among the fans. He was supposed to...Don't MissOfficial: The Blockbuster Combo Is OnOut of nowhere, a buzz gained momentum earlier in the day that the movie in...Don't MissPawan Kalyan Decides to Skip Film EventsPanjaa Vaishnav Tej, Brother of Sai Dharam Tej is the latest entrant into Telugu Film...Don't MissHolidays Over, Back To Work For The Biggest MovieThe long Sankranthi holiday season for the movie buff and industry is officially over. Everyone...