2 Days Total Collection of Sudeep’s Hebbuli
Kiccha Sudeep’s latest movie Hebbuli, which released on Thursday, February 23, has opened to fairly positive reviews. The Kannada movie has also registered superb occupancy throughout Bengaluru and other parts of Karnataka. Released in over 400 screens in Bengaluru, Hebbuli has enjoyed over 90 percent occupancy on its opening day. To meet the unprecedented demand for tickets, multiplexes and single screens are also organising special shows for the release day.
On its very first day, it was recorded the overall occupancy of 30% across the country and minted the business of 6.50 crores only. Fans of Sudeep are positively trying to create buzz about the movie on social media. The positive response it received from limited audience, has resulted out bit in favor of it on Saturday. On its second day, Hebbuli has started the day with little higher occupancy than Friday and reported better response.
On Friday being partial holiday, it has witnessed decent rise in its business graph and added the amount of 6.85 crores* on Indian screens. Till the end of the day, total 2 days domestic collection of Hebbuli is recorded as 13.35 crores*. The movie is estimated to be made with a budget of above Rs 20 crore and it has to do well for the next three days to end its first weekend on a high note. Jack Manju is distributing the film in Karnataka.
S Krishna’s Hebbuli has Ravichandran and Amala Paul in key roles. It has also been released in Mumbai, Kochi and some other cities. Helmed by S Krishna, Hebbuli is touted to be based on the Indian army’s recent surgical strike in Kashmir. In addition to Sudeep, the film also features Amala Paul, V Ravichandran, Kabir Duhan Singh and P Ravi Shankar. Sudeep became famous after SS Rajamouli’s Eega which was released in Hindi as Makkhi in 2012.