Adipurush: Prabhas and Kriti Sanon's adaptation of Ramayana still far from breaking even, earns THIS much on Day 10
According to production house T-series, the film’s worldwide collection has reached Rs 450 crore feat in ten days.
Despite slashing prices to Rs 150, the makers of Adipurush are witnessing low footfalls at the ticket counter. On its second Sunday(Day 10), the film managed to add Rs 6 crore to its domestic box office collection. Prabhas starrer adaptation of the Hindu epic Ramayan seems to have exhausted its run by its second weekend owing to severe backlash.
Made on a budget of approximately Rs 500 crore, Om Raut’s directorial has been facing an uphill battle to break even. According to production house T-series, the film’s worldwide collection has reached Rs 450 crore feat in ten days. Sharing the news on Twitter, the T-series wrote, “We are incredibly touched by the overwhelming response shown towards Adipurush Jai Shri Ram.”
In the latest tweet, the makers also informed the audience that ticket prices are further slashed to Rs 112. “Immerse yourself in the epic saga with a captivating 3D cinematic experience! Book your tickets now starting from just Rs112/-* and witness the power of Adipurush unfold on the big screen! Jai Shri Ram, “ read the tweet. Well, it is yet to be seen if the decreased price rates will promote footfall in the second week of release.
Co-produced by Retrophiles, the film also stars Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, Sunny Singh, and Devdutta Nage in pivotal roles. The film, which was released on June 16, 2023, currently stands at Rs 274 crore at the domestic box office across all languages as per industry tracker Sacnilk.
The film had an impressive start on the opening day. It grossed Rs 140 crore worldwide collection. Further, the movie added another Rs 200 crore on its first Saturday and Sunday. However, the collection has been in free fall since its first Monday, and so far failed to reach a break-even point in a week. Ever since its release, the film has been mired in controversy for its treatment of characters, dialogues and VFX. In the wake of the backlash, the makers also revamped the dialogues but the efforts seem to go in vain.