Mumbai: Rajnikanth’s film Kabali is earning more and more day by day. Salman’s and Amir’s records are already way apart. In just four days it has earned around 230 crores.
Earnings of the movie Kabali – Rajnikanth’s film:
- Kabali was released on screens on 22nd July, 2016.
- On the first day itself it earned around 49 crores.
- The total budget of the film was 75 crores out of which Rajnikanth got 50-55 crores.
- Even though there were mixed reviews, the Thalaivar fans seems to flock the theatres all the time.
- Worldwide, Kabali hs earned more than 250 crores.
- Kabali has over-passed the collection of Dhoom 3 in overseas market says a reporter.
- ” I will never forget these days in my life. This release has given me so much happiness. It has broken the collection records of Indian cinema in the last 100 years”, says producer Kalaipuli S Dhanu.
However, after the first week of the release of the movie Kabali, a downfall was witnessed in the movie but still the fans did not end disappointing. The turnover of the movie which was starred by Rajnikanth including pre-release from various sales rights were around 413 crores.
A letter by Rajnikanth thanking his fans:
Recently Rajnikanth was on holiday in US with his daughter Aishwarya R Dhanush, returned to Chennai on July 25. He wrote a letter thanking his fans which took a world by storm. Rajnikanth says in his letter,“I was rigorously shooting for Shankar’s 2.0, and Pa Ranjith’s Kabali, without taking any break. I needed a break both physically and mentally. And hence, I left to the US with my daughter Aishwarya Dhanush.”
He also adds at the end of the letter,“I heard a lot of people appreciating the film when I was in the US. But the response of the audiences were overwhelming when I reached Chennai and that’s when I realised it’s impact. I would like to thank director Pa Ranjith, producer Kalaipuli S Dhanu, fellow artists and my dear fans for the film’s glorious success,” said Rajinikanth ending the letter with a dialogue from Kabali, which says Magizhchi (I’m Happy).
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