Kabali 2nd Day Collection: Saturday Chennai & Tamil Nadu Business Report

Kabali Day 2 Box Office Collection

With a phenomenal day one performance the latest release Kabali is gaining worldwide attention. The film has been made with a very high budget which automatically attracts most of the audience to the cinema halls and theaters that there must be something very interesting in the film if the budget is so good. On its second day of release, Kabali has came out as a big business maker and performed outright in a fantastic way. As the day one collections were awesome on the whole, Kabali has done a good job on its second day too. It has gained thorough publicity and positive response of the audience from different states and even from international audience.


Due to such a wide fan following of the super star Rajinikanth in all the parts of the country and also in overseas countries, total business of the film has seen a favorable reaction from the viewers resulting in total profit for the film makers. Kabali in its day two has collected outstanding figures and has kept the box office cash registers ringing for the whole day. Total second day box office collection of film in India is around 27 Crores* including all the shares. The film is coming out to be one of the huge profit makers of this year as wells previous years of Indian film industry.

With its unique actions and marvelous screenplay plus dramatization; it has been listed as one of the most impressive and interesting movies made in the history of our south Indian film industries. Now tomorrow being the main weekend day, it is very exciting to see how well the film makes its performance on the main earning day. Expectations are quite high and we hope that it stands up on the mark so stay connected for 1st weekend box office report. In Tamil Nadu — which is Rajinikanth’s core fan base — trade sources peg its collections at a whopping Rs 21.5 cr, from 720-odd screens, out of the 1,080 screens in the state.

This in itself, is a record day one opening collection for the state. Trade sources we spoke to also claimed that screens outside Chennai charged double or triple the government approved rate (in Tamil Nadu, there is a cap on the ticket prices theatre owners can charge; multiplexes are allowed to charge a maximum of Rs 120 per ticket. This rate has been in existence for the past eight years as successive governments want to keep a tight leash on the film industry).

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