Super star Chiranjeevi marks solid punch on screen after a decade wait. The grand release Khaidi No 150 of mega star Chiru took the debut day at worldwide box office by storm. The film opened in grand note everywhere almost all cinema hall in domestic circuits like AP/T ran house packed for the whole day. The morning occupancy recorded 98-100% in all screens huge crowed outside or inside the theaters have been seen. The same response in US premiere shows also witnessed where the collection came unprecedented.
Khaidi No 150 US Box Office Report
Mega star Chiranjeevi masterpiece embarks on a fabulous start in USA. The film made historical opening in North America box office, according to the near sources the film raked $1,152,918 (7.83 Cr*) in its premiere shows. Being a A list starrer film and more over Chiru come back on 10 years is not less than festival for the fans across the globe.
The huge audience flocked into the theaters since morning shows at domestic zone. The makers held benefit shows for KN150 in many cinema halls across Andhra Pradesh, Telangana (AP/T) and Karnatak.
Khaidi No 150 First Day Collection Worldwide
The mass or family entertainer which opened classic word of mouth across the globe has created festival mode in Southern zone. Most of the screens ran to packed houses in both the Telugu-speaking states as well as Karnataka. The film registered an average of 95 percent occupancy in the regular morning shows.
Looking at buzz many trade experts speculated that the film might cross Baahubali (28.50 Cr) in AP/T box office. Going by the buzz which the film is owing across both states the opening day figures in AP/T crosses 31.22 Cr gross. While the rest of circuits like Karnataka, Kerala and rest of India contributed 6.22 Cr and overseas figure recorded 9.5 Cr. The grand total of Khaidi on first day at box office estimated 46.94 Cr* gross at worldwide box office. With this sensational start the film has raised the huge demand in coming days, being Pongal or Makarsankranti fest the film already housefull in Telugu speaking states.