Kasaba (Malayalam) 1st Day Collection: Opening Performance at Kerala Box Office

Kasaba First Day Box Office Collection

Much-hyped Mammootty starrer “Kasaba” was released as an Eid treat in Kerala and Tamil Nadu on Thursday, July 7. The action thriller, which is the second release of the megastar in 2016, has been released in 101 screens in Kerala at a time when three other Malayalam films have also hit the theatres. With “Kasaba,” which is the debut directorial venture of Nithin Renji Panicker, the megastar, who plays the role of Circle Inspector Rajan Zachariah, dons the police uniform again after a gap of five years.


The film is expected to make tremendous opening day collection at the Kerala box office owing to the huge fan following of the star apart from the film’s pre-release hype. Unlike other cop movies that the Kerala audience is familiar with, “Kasaba” is expected to be different as the character played by Mammootty has both serious and comic elements that is evident from the official teaser of the flick. The style and attitude of the megastar looks different and has already raised the expectations of the audience from the movie.

First day performance of Kasaba is well and the film opened with good public response in the dominated regions. It maintained the audience expectations and finally made a decent start by collecting around 2.50 Crores* as its first day income. The figures are well enough and have fulfilled the critics & audience hopes up to a limit. One reason of the good performance of Kasaba is that this comedy entertainer is based on very funny script which has made audience laugh a lot.

“Kasaba” stars Neha Saxena, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Jagadish, Sampath Raj, Maqbool Salmaan, Shaheen Siddique and Siddique in significant roles. The fans of Mammootty have been celebrating the movie even before its release and have been posting their expectations from the film on various social media platforms. According to several posts on social media, the opening show of the mass entertainer is witnessing housefull status in theatres across the state.

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