4 Oct


With Rajinikanth’s Endhiran finally arriving with a bang. We all know how the advance booking for the first two weeks in Chennai came within minutes of opening the box, the number of people waiting to see the movie, and how audience was going berserk in cinemas in the antics of their favorite star.

It remains to be seen, however, is whether the most expensive film in the history of India – with a budget of over RS150 crore – will be able to recover their investments and profits. Early reports indicate that most colossal some to accomplish this feat.

Sun Pictures, the owners of the film, it was reported that has earned millions of rupees RS210, clear profit. “In the case of films from the South, things work differently,” said trade analyst Amod Mehra. “Sun Pictures, who have the rights of its own satellites, made a good profit in the film.”

Even if you look at the box office prospects of the film, it seems that Endhiran is set to be the most successful in the history of Indian cinema. “The films must earn a net amount of the RS35-40 crore in just the southern territories during the first weekend itself,” said Komal NAHT, editor of Film Information, and added he speaks only of the Tamil version.

“Then there are the versions Telugu, Hindi and versions of cases that must come from the launch of the Tamil version in other parts of India and abroad.”

The greatest of all time coarse Indians, three idiots got a total net revenue RS202 crore box office. Endhiran seems ready to break that record, mostly because of the appeal beyond Rajinikanth South India in many parts of the world, the film opened to sold-reported. Screens in the United States, Europe, Japan and Malaysia are seeing record crowds for an Indian film, including Asian films.

“In places like Dubai, the frenzy of fans is called single Moreover, in the main cities in southern India, the ticket prices were raised to incredible amounts -. Starting from Rs1500 to RS3000 – despite showing for each film are Full House for the next 10 days


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