Telugu Movie Megastar Chiranjeevi, who is still popular with ‘SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy’ proved again. After the release on October 2, the second Telugu film after ‘Bahubali 2’, which has been the biggest business in the first week of release. The film has a business worth Rs 1 crore.
The film starring Chiranjeevi, Amitabh, Nayantara, Tamanna Bhatia, tells the story of a patriot. The 5-minute Saira film has been released in four languages - Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, and Malayalam.
Business Today reports that among the four Bengali pictures in West Bengal, India, in the worship market, the viewer pulled the southern picture ‘Saira’. The film is also playing at multiplexes in Kolkata. SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy, who starred in the ever-popular film, has done business in the first four days with more than Rs 1 crore, which is a huge achievement in the field of regional film. In terms of business in the first week of release, after ‘Bahubali 2’, this film has been the biggest business.
Trade analyst Girish Zahar said that in Andhra Pradesh, the first five days of SyeRaa income amounted to more than Rs 120 crore. Talimnadur has done good business in Chennai and Kerala as it is a picture of a freedom fighter in the South. These two state incomes are Rs 12 crore 5 lakh. And Karnataka has taken a picture worth Rs 20 crore. These days ‘SyeRaa ‘ has earned 5 crores all over India except South. Except for India, the world has done business worth Rs 12 crore.
South Photo SyeRaa with Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s ‘War’ released on the same day. In the first eight days, the film has crossed 25 million milestones. Apart from this, Chiranjeevi’s ‘SyeRaa’ has been contested with two films like ‘War’ and ‘Joker’ released worldwide. SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy has to fight to survive in such a big budget and income picture.
Chiranjeevi’s 5th film ‘SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy’. Pictured are Amitabh Bachchan, Nayantara, Tamanna Bhatia, Vijay Setupati, Anushka Shetty, Jagapati Babu. The makers did not hesitate to put the picture in order. Besides, it is a historical picture, which is also a big reason for the success of the film. In the history of the region, Vilawara Narasimha Reddy, an anonymous landlord of the sixteenth century, rose against the British rule in the hands of the sword long before the Sepoy Revolt in 5.
Narasimha Reddy’s story of anti-British struggle and patriotism. The superstar of the South is everlasting and because of such a historical character, the audience was encouraged. Then, like the other South, the picture has an abundance of sets, graphics jarikuri and sword wars. So, the other South African image released this week has gone a long way in ‘SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy’. Even in Kolkata multiplexes, this fine picture is doing well.