Richie 1st Day Collection, Nivin Pauly’s Film Takes Decent Opening across Kerala


Nivin Pauly, Natarajan Subramaniam and Shraddha Srinath starrer Richie has been released on around 132 screens this Friday at box office with decent buzz among fans as well as audience. As expected, the film has witnessed favorable response of viewers across the country but received mixed reviews from critics.

Richie 1st Day Collection, Nivin Pauly's Film Takes Decent Opening across Kerala

Music of Richie has already made a good place among audience and now the movie itself is winning hearts. Audience found it worth watch and showing thumbs up happily. These positive reactions attract more audience toward theaters and also this is the reason, that Nivin Pauly starrer has taken good initial lead over adjacent release Fukrey Returns.

On the opening day day, Richie started day with good occupancy across the country. It reported almost 30-35% of occupancy across Kerala. As per the report, the movie has recorded 30-35% of overall occupancy on Day 1 and added the amount of 2.41 crores net on domestic box office.

A remake of the 2014 Kannada film Ulidavaru Kandanthe, directed by Gautham Ramachandran and written by Rakshit Shetty. The film stars Nivin Pauly in the titular role with Natarajan Subramaniam, Shraddha Srinath and Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli in the supporting roles.

SYNOPSIS:- The local folks of Manapad town are getting ready to celebrate their biggest festival, Christmas and it is their annual tradition to participate in the procession, which is led by the father of the village’s oldest church and seek blessings from him. During the course of the celebration, one of the villagers accidentally discovers an old treasure, which opens a path of destruction and would affect the lives of the villagers.

As the events unfold following the discovery of the treasure, the stories of some individuals – Richie, a local thug, Selva, a boat mechanic who is struggling to recover from the loss of his friend, and Megha, a local journalist gets intertwined in this multiple narrative.

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