Ponniyin Selvan 1 Box Office Collection: PS 1, which has already gone down in history as the picture with the biggest ever opening in Tamil cinema, has been bringing large crowds to the theatres, where it is still doing well.
Ponniyin Selvan 1 Box Office Earnings: PS 1’s interesting tale, outstanding visuals, and stellar cast have enticed audiences to the theatres. It is experiencing an extraordinary run at the box office, with numbers increasing by the day. Manu Ratnam’s dream project brought together Vikram, Aishwarya Rai, Trisha, Karthi, Jayam Ravi, Jayaram, Parthiban, Lal, Vikram Prabhu, Jayaram, Prabhu, and Prakash Raj. Fans go to the theatres to see the show on the big screen.
Box Office Results for Ponniyin Selvan 1
‘Ponniyin Selvan 1’, filmmaker Mani Ratnam’s magnum opus based on famed writer Kalki’s literary classic of the same name, has grossed over Rs 300 crore globally in a week, its creators revealed on Friday.
Lyca Productions, which co-produced the highly acclaimed superhit with filmmaker Mani Ratnam’s Madras Talkies, tweeted on Friday, “Success beyond borders! Thank you for your overwhelming reaction,” and posted a motion poster claiming that the film has grossed more than Rs 300 crore worldwide.”
‘Ponniyin Selvan 1’, which has already gone down in history as the film with the biggest ever opening in Tamil cinema, has been bringing large crowds to the theatres, where it is still doing well.
On its first day of release, the film grossed Rs 80 crore. That sum surpassed Rs 200 crore in three days. In less than a week, the film has surpassed the Rs 300 crore mark.
Ponniyin Selvan 1′, which had sparked high anticipation, was launched last Friday, much to the pleasure of fans, and garnered a rousing reception from audiences.
Concerning PS 1
‘Ponniyin Selvan’ is a magnificent story based on the early life of prince Arun Mozhi Varman, later known as the renowned Raja Raja Cholan. The film is one of the most expensive undertakings ever done in the country and is based on famed writer Kalki’s Tamil classic ‘Ponniyin Selvan.’