Day 2 of the Godfather box office (all languages): This Political Drama Shows A Good Hold After Opening Day Unlike Recent Chiranjeevi Releases.

Everyone’s attention was focused on Godfather’s performance on day 2 after a strong opening, and happily, it has displayed a strong hold and is in a position to gain from a prolonged weekend. In contrast to Chiranjeevi’s recent films, this political drama hasn’t experienced a significant drop in ticket sales. For additional information, continue reading.

For those who are unaware, despite having a spectacular opening day, Chiranjeevi’s most recent films, Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy and Acharya, failed to perform very well at the box office. Due to the fact that the megastar’s most recent film is an official remake of Mohanlal’s Malayalam hit, Lucifer, high expectations were placed on it. Additionally, it has a smaller budget than the aforementioned disasters.

On the Dussehra holiday, Godfather premiered with a respectable figure of 21 crores nett (all languages). Many industry experts predicted that the movie will have a steep decline and slip below the 10 crore threshold after the holiday. On a typical Thursday, the political drama did well, earning 13.30 crores* nett (all languages) higher on day 2.

Chiranjeevi’s Acharya had a strong 37 crores net opening, but the very next day it fell below the 10 crore threshold. Good word-of-mouth from general movie fans has worked in the case of The Godfather. The movie is expected to perform well over the long weekend thanks to this trend. The two-day box office haul in India is currently at 34.20 crores* nett (all languages).

(* indicates that the amount is based on preliminary trends and has not yet been verified as a final sum.)

Box office figures are based on projections and data from a variety of sources.

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