Courier Boy Kalyan 1st Day Box Office Performance
Actor Nithin’s “Courier Boy Kalyan” (CBK), which was delayed for more than a year, has finally released in theatres across the globe today and garnered positive reviews from the audience. “Courier Boy Kalyan” is a romantic action film and Prabhu Deva’s former assistant Premsai is making his debut as an independent director with this movie. The story is about a courier boy, who is chased by a cop throughout the city for an envelope. The mystery surrounding the envelope forms the crux of the movie. “Courier Boy Kalyan” has a fresh and interesting story, which has not been explored in Tollywood before. The movie is an unofficial remake of 2012 Hollywood movie “Premium Rush”. Besides direction, Premsai has also penned the script and dialogues for the film. He has made the film look different from the original by making several changes in the script and give it a local touch. The film is produced by Gautham Menon under the banner Photon Kathaas and Gurufilms. Karthik, Anup Rubens, Sandeep Chowta have composed music for soundtracks and background score, while Satya Ponmar handled cinematography for the film.
Courier Boy Kalyan Opening Day Box Office Business
This film has got 60-65% booking on its first day. As Nithin’s latest offering is also a love entertainer which depicted him as Pawan Kalyan fan, audiences are going gaga on this film. From the sources who are close to the film industry revealed that, CBK has surprisingly bagged 40% of bookings in Karnataka and other parts of the country. Handsome actor Nithin’s last offering ‘Heart Attack’ film bagged a whopping amount of Rs 4 Crore approx on its opening day and his another film, ‘Chinnadana Nee Kosam’ has collected Rs 3 Crore on its day 1. After the mouth of the audience, we can expect Rs 3-4 Crores* on the release day of the movie in Telangana and AP regions of the movie. This movie is doing good business at the box office. So it would repeat on the first day of the movie. However, it depends on the mouth of the audience and we have to wait until the official collections reports are announced.
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