Adipurush Worldwide Collection: ‘Adipurush’ made this record in 3 days, giving tough competition to ‘Pathan’

The film Adipurush starring Prabhas and Kriti Sanon as Lord Ram and Mother Sita has been met with huge protests.


Three years have passed since the release of South films superstar Prabhas and Bollywood ‘Param Sundari actress Kriti Sanon’s film ‘Adipurush’. Most people have protested about the film, but the amazing thing is that even after so many protests, the film earns very well.  The movie ‘Adipurush’ did well at the box office on Sunday, despite the protests against the scenes and speech. In addition to doing well domestically, the film appears to be doing well internationally. Let us know how much the Adipurush Worldwide Collection over the weekend.’

Adipurush Worldwide collection crossed 300 crores

Om Raut’s film Adipurush, which he directed, has earned more than 200 crores domestically. While the worldwide box office for the movie surpassed $300 million. The speedy growth of ‘Adipurush’ amid heavy opposition is surprising. The film collected 140 crores on the first day, and the film’s worldwide earnings stopped at 240 crores on the second day. That means he earned more than 100 crores. At the same time, the global collection of the film remained around 64 crores on the third day. The movie has made around 300 crores this way. According to film industry tracker Manobala Vijayabalan, ‘The Adipurush  Worldwide collection has more than 300 crores in 3 days. Only three films have been able to do so this year. Pathan, Adipurush and Ponniyin Selvan 2.

‘Why there is a protest against Adipurush?

Concerning the dialogue in the movie “Adipurush,” there is outrage everywhere. There are few Tapori dialogues in this. People became upset with the producers after hearing Devdutt Nage utilise terms like “Jalegi tere baap ki” in the Tapori language while playing the role of Lord Hanuman. The dialogues of the film have been penned by Manoj Muntashir, who officially informed us that the dialogues of ‘Adipurush’ will be changed on Saturday.

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