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Kabali 7th Day Collection, Earns 149 Cr Total in 1 Week across India

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[Total: 5    Average: 3.4/5]

7 Days Total Collection of Rajinikanth’s Kabali

Biggest offering of the year so far from Tamil Cinema, Kabali completes its opening week on an outstanding note. Being superstar Rajinikanth starrer, this crime action movie has been released with enormous buzz among audience and reported tremendous performance through out the week. As expected it has received overwhelmed response from audience across the globe.

Kabali 7th Day Total Collection

Unfortunately, Kabali has not received much positive reviews from critics but still witnessed immense excitement of fans as well as audience toward itself. Due to which, it dominated the highest opening record of Shahrukh Khan’s Happy New Year, that was 44.97 crores. It also break the first 3 days collection record of Salman Khan’s Sultan (105.53 crores) with the opening weekend business of 110 crores.

In the weekend, Kabali recorded phenomenal occupancy in theaters across India and did the business of 110 crores, which included 46.50 crores of Friday, 30.05 crores of Saturday and 33.45 crores of Sunday. In these business figures Tamil Nadu made the highest contribution of 47 crores, whereas Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and north India contributed 20 crores, 16 crores, 7.85 crores and 19.15 crores respectively.

From overseas market, it raked the business of 87 crores till Sunday. In weekdays, Pa Ranjith’s directorial reported usual drop than weekend and minted the amount of 13.50 crores (2.95 crores of north) on Monday. Then with more drop, it did the business of 11.50 crores (2.40 crores of north) on Tuesday and 7.50 crores (1.90 crore of north) on Wednesday.

On the last day of week i.e. Thursday, Kabali recorded more drop than previous day and collected the amount of 6.50 crores (1.60 crore of north) on domestic box office with all three versions- Tamil, Telugu & Hindi. With this, its one week net total has become 149 crores, including 28 crores of north India.

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