Temper Second 2nd Day Box Office Collection – Box Office Income Report


Temper Second Day Box Office Collection

Junior NTR’s Telugu movie “Temper” has debuted with an overwhelming response and done fantastic collection at the worldwide box office on the first day. It has become the biggest opener of 2015 beating the record of Pawan Kalyan-Venkatesh starrer “Gopala Gopala.” Ever since Puri Jagannath announced it, “Temper” has been hogging the limelight for many good reasons. Its music has become a big success and its promos have also impressed viewers, and made them wait eagerly for its release. In addition, the makers have had massive promotions for the film. “Temper” released in over 1,400 screens across the globe (850 screens in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, 300 in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and other parts of India, 250 screens overseas) on 13 February. Considering these facts, trade experts had predicted that “Temper” would get a superb response and become the biggest opener for Junior NTR, beating records of his previous films. The makers are yet to reveal the first day collection of “Temper”. But as per early trends, “Temper” has collected approximately Rs.9.68 crore at the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana box office on the first day, according to Andhra Box Office. Another Rs.5+ crore are coming from its screening in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharastra, other parts of north India and international markets.”Temper has raked in approximately Rs.15 crore at the global box office on the first day. The film has become the biggest opener for Junior NTR, beating the first day business record of “Baadshah”. Now, Let’s Checkout the film’s Second Day Box Office Collection.

Temper 2nd Day Box Office Business or Income

The Junior NTR and Kajal Aggarwal starrer has also beaten the record of Mahesh Babu’s “Aagadu” and become the second all time biggest opener Tollywood film at the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana box office. On the second day too, “Temper” continued its magical run at the box office. Jr. NTR got Thumbs Up from Critics and the word of mouth publicity is also very strong. The strong word-of-mouth drove unprecedented crowds to theatres in both Telugu-speaking and non-Telugu speaking centres for the morning, matinee and evening shows. The movie ran to packed houses in both single screens and multiplexes almost everywhere. The film get the same response in the evening shows too. The film saw near 80-per cent occupancy at most of cinema houses and minted around Rs.12 crores on its second day in India. Film is getting great response from overseas markets as well.

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