Box Office Collections

Kabali First Day Collection in Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad- Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore, Visakhapatnam Collection

Rajinikanth’s Kabali is all set to release on July 22 and box office is already in an upheaval. Trade is predicting that Rajinikanth’s Kabali will do over Rs 100 crore box office collection in first three days of release. This is over and above the Rs 200 crore that the film has reportedly made with various corporate deals and sale of its music and satellite rights.

All tickets were gone in Chennai theatres a few hours after advance booking opened. A similar scene was enacted in Bengaluru and neighbouring Kerala. In America, certain theatres reported that all advance booking seats were gone within two hours of the counters opening. The film will definitely get an earth shattering opening and create a new huge record given the hype and expectations surrounding the film and the humungous number of screens it is getting released across the globe.


Now we bring you the exclusive details of First day and first weekend collections the film will be making. This is a predicted figure, taking into account the number of screens, shows and official tickets rates in each location and assuming that all shows of the first weekend get 100% occupancy. In Chennai itself, the film will collect Rs.1.05 crores on the first day and Tamil Nadu it will collect Rs.18-20 crores on the first day of release Worldwide the film would have garnered Rs.160-170 crores in the first three days of release.

The film is going to be the largest release from South India on worldwide scale after Mahesh Babu’s Srimanthudu and Bahubali. According to initial reports, around 700-1100 screens are booked for the weekend shows on overseas. A positive response was observed from cinema owners in UAE as well. Along with overseas earnings. The total of distribution rights in secondary languages Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada reportedly is over 95 crore rupees in total. The film’s rights in Tamil Nadu for Tamil version of the movie has done a box office business of Rs 65 crore.