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Box Office: Kabali 9th Day Collection, Crosses 164 Cr Total across India

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9 Days Total Collection of Rajinikanth’s Kabali

Pa. Ranjith’s directorial crime action movie Kabali has completed its opening week journey at box office on a superb note. Being superstar Rajinikanth starrer, the movie has been released with gigantic hype among fans as well as audience. Unfortunately it has not received much positive reviews from critics but audience liked it and showed huge thumbs up.

Kabali 9th Day Total Collection

Despite mixed reviews from critics, Kabali did the amazing business in its opening week and shattered many existing records of not only Tamil cinema but Indian cinema too. It registered the whopping opening of 46.50 crores across India and dominated the record of Shahrukh Khan’s Happy New Year (44.97 crores).

In the opening 3-days weekend, the movie reported total business of 110 crores, which is higher than the first 3 days collection of Salman Khan’s Sultan (105.53 crores). Weekend total of Kabali included 46.50 crores of Friday, 30.05 crores of Saturday and 33.45 crores of Sunday. In these business figures, 90.85 crores was contributed by South regions and 19.15 crores from rest of India.

In weekdays, Kabali witnessed usual drops and minted 13.50 crores on Monday, 11.50 crores on Tuesday, 7.50 crores on Wednesday and 6.50 crores on Thursday. After the week, total domestic collection of the movie with its Tamil, Telugu and Hindi versions was recorded as 149 crores, which included 121 crores of South regions and 28 crores of rest India.

Now it has entered in the second week and running in weekend once again. On Friday it witnessed slight drop than Thursday and raked 6 crores (1.15 crore of north) across India. On Saturday, being weekend Kabali reported higher occupancy and added the amount of 9.75 crores to its account with impressive growth, including 1.25 crore from north. With this, total 9 days domestic collection of the movie has become 164.75 crores.

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