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RRR sets record worldwide but fails to dazzle north Indians

The underwhelming response to the Hindi version of RRR in northern India is matched by a lukewarm reception of another Telugu movie Baahubali 2 in China

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SS Rajamouli’s film RRR got its first major setback on the second Monday of its show with a significant drop in the earnings of the Hindi version. The box office collections from the film, which runs in double digits every day, dropped by about 45% compared to the figure on Sunday. Meanwhile, the film has made a gross collection of 900 crores at the worldwide box office, making a new record.

The Hindi version of RRR added Rs 7 crore to its earnings on 4 April, taking the 11-day domestic net collection of the film to Rs 191.59 crore, which means the film now needs Rs 8.41 crore more to reach Rs 200 crore. Looking at the collections till Sunday, the trade expected that the film would cross the 200 crore mark today, but going by the Monday collections, it may take a day or two more.

A lot depended on the collections of 4 April. Earlier, in the second weekend, the film had earned a tremendous Rs 52 crore, after which the collection in 10 days has been of Rs 184.59 crore.

If RRR (Hindi) crosses the Rs 200 crore mark on 5 April, it will match The Kashmir Files, which crossed the Rs 200 crore milestone on the 13th day with an opening of Rs 3.55 crore.

RRR, which arrived in theatres on 25 March, got an opening of Rs 20.07 crore and has been earning in double digits since then. The film had collected Rs 132.59 crore in the first week. The film took a mere five days to reach Rs 100 crore.

According to trade experts, RRR has crossed the milestone of Rs 900 crore gross collections worldwide, which includes collections in all languages ​​and overseas including Telugu and Hindi. A worldwide gross collection of Rs 1,000 crore is expected soon.

As of now, the worldwide gross collection record remains in the name of Aamir Khan’s Dangal, which had collected around Rs 2,000 crore, a major part of which came from the shows in China. At the second position is 2: The Conclusion, which collected about Rs 1,800 crore. Interestingly, 2 did not do too well in China.

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