Khaidi No. 150 Day 2 Box Office Response
The latest Telugu action movie Khaidi No 150 of Mega Star Chiranjeevi has started on an excellent note at box office. On its very first day, it has got overwhelmed response from audience in India as well as in overseas. Critics have also reviewed it with very positive comments and as a result of these positive reactions, Khaidi No 150 has registered the highest opening record in the history of Tollywood. Being a Chiranjeevi starrer, it had very high pre-release hype among audience and their craze is reflecting from the performance of movie at box office.
While early figures show that the film had made Rs 20 crore in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh alone, the film has grossed in more than $1 million at the box office, creating a new record for Indian films. Khaidi No. 150 is directed by V.V.Vinayak and written by the very promising filmmaker AR Murugadoss. Due to its strong content, the movie has received positive reviews from critics as well as moviegoers. Along with Chiranjeevi, it is featuring Kajal Agarwal in lead roles and as per critics, both the actors have given brilliant performances.
Not only from India but from overseas too, this action drama has taken impressive start. Reportedly on Tuesday, Khaidi No. 150 raked the opening business of 8.56 crores from USA. This shows the power of Chiranjeevi’s massive fan following globally. With such favorable start, the movie is positively expected to turn in big success. Movie in its day two has collected good figures and has kept the box office cash registers ringing for the whole day. Total second day box office collection of movie is around 6.09 crores*.
As the day one collection was awesome on the whole, Khaidi No 150 has done a good job on its second day too. It has gained thorough publicity and positive response of the audience from different states. Due to such a wide fan following of the mega star Chiranjeevi in all the parts of the south, total business of the movie has seen a favorable reaction from the viewers resulting in total profit for the movie makers.