Si3 / Singam 3 12th Day Collection, Decent Performance on its 2nd Monday


Singam 3 12 Days Total Collection

After much delay of the project, Si3 hit the screens on February 9 and is said to have collected more than Rs 20 crore on its opening day. Reports also suggested that the film beat the opening day numbers of Vijay’s Bairavaa, which released on Pongal. Si3 had a record breaking opening weekend and netted Rs 25 crore in Tamil Nadu alone. Singam 3 crossed the Rs 100-crore mark with just six days and raked in Rs 60 crore in India alone.


Singam 3 the Suriya starrer super exciting movie that was being awaited from long time finally released before last week with all the high hopes and hypes. Being such a highly star powered and publicized movie, it was in huge buzz among the media for its star cast and popularity. With optimistic approach of viewers even yesterday movie has managed to collect an earnings of around 2.50 crore* on 12th day. Though the day was a weekday still it managed to give a good performance on screens.

This movie created lots of expectations among the fans and also received much positive reviews from the critics and viewers as well in its journey of 12 days. It made a smooth opening collection at the box office in domestic as well as the adjacent market. All over fans have of Suriya thoroughly enjoyed the movie in their regions and contributed well enough in its positive performance till date. Tamil movies of big stars have good markets in key foreign locations. But with “Si3” being a Suriya movie, it opened to normal response worldwide.

Movie has gained fame in its first week and also it has managed to receive nice response in the second week too. Audience in the south seems still tilted towards the movie due to non-availability of any other big option in their regional language right now. Singam 3 is doing quite well as expected how so ever the overall performance of the movie has gone much down along with the occupancy and income due to weekdays plus other good releases in Bollywood and also that most of the audience have already seen it by now.

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