Ala Vaikuntapurramuloo is all set to become the highest-grossing film after the Baahubali
Since releasing to an earth-shattering start in the Sankranthi season, Allu Arjun's Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo wreaks havoc at the box office by grossing...
Since releasing to an earth-shattering start in the Sankranthi season, Allu Arjun's Ala Vaikuntapurramuloo wreaks havoc at the box office by grossing in two weeks of its theatrical run a total of over 213 crores worldwide. Billed as the 8th south Indian film to cross $3 million in the United States, the family entertainer is only behind the Baahubali franchise and Rangasthalam when it comes to Telugu films.
The directorial of Trivikram Srinivas has joined the list of Endhiran, Baahubali-The Beginning, Baahubali-The Conclusion, 2.0 and Saaho, according to BoxOfficeIndia, as the films to cross 200 crore nett outside the Hindi film industry.
Coming to the Telugu States, Ala Vaikuntapurramuloo is all set to become the highest-grossing film after the Baahubali franchise.
It has exceeded Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy's lifetime collections (Rs 147 crore nett) in regions of Nizam, Ceded, and Andhra. Ala Vaikuntapurramuloo, currently standing on Rs 156 Crore net, can certainly cross the number set by Baahubali:
The Beginning (Rs 163 nett). According to a report in BoxOfficeIndia, here are the top 5 grossing films in the Telugu states.
1. Baahubali - The Conclusion - Rs 301 crore
2. Baahubali - The Beginning - 163 crore
3. Ala Vaikuntapurramuloo - 156 crore (Two weeks)
4. Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy - 147 crore
5. Rangasthalam - 132 crore
Ala Vaikuntapurramuloo starring Pooja Hegde as the leading lady features an ensemble star cast with the likes of Tabu, Sushanth, Navdeep, Jayaram, Samuthirakani, Rajendra Prasad, Rahul Ramakrishna, Vennela Kishore, Brahmaji and Sunil. S Thaman's foot-tapping songs have been communicating big time with the audience.
Following films like Julayi and S / O Satyamurthy, Bunny and Trivikram's successful duo has presented an absorbing and entertaining family drama that manages to entertain despite having a cliché and predictable storyline.