TNR Collection Day 10: Ravi Teja’s film is creating havoc every day, box office shaken by the business of ‘TNR’

Many movies from South Side have been released in theatres. Meanwhile, 10 days have passed since the release of Ravi Teja and Nupur Sanon's Tiger Nageswara Rao.


TNR Collection Day 10: Films from South Cinema are ruling the box office. Between 19 and 20 October, some South-speaking films hit the theatres. These include ‘Leo’, ‘Bhagwant Kesari’, and ‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’. The film ‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’ is the first movie of Ravi Teja and Nupur Sanon together. Nupur has debuted in the South film industry as a lead actress with this film. She is making waves from her very first film. Along with the story, his acting and performance with Ravi Teja are also being praised.

‘Tiger Nageshwar Rao’ is not ready to waver

‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’ is facing tough competition not only from South films but also from some other films from Bollywood. This mainly includes Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Tejas’, Tiger Shroff’s ‘Ganpat’, and Vikrant Massey’s ’12th Fail’. But Ravi Teja’s film is maintaining its strong hold even among the collections of these movies. 10 days have passed since the release of ‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’.

Ravi Teja’s film TNR Collection Day 10

According to the report of film tracker Saknilk, the first-week collection of ‘TNR’ stopped at 29.44 crores. After this, it earned 1.2 crores on the second Friday of its release, 1.45 crores on Saturday, and 1.50 crores on Sunday. The total domestic box office of the film has become 33.59 crores. These are the figures given in all languages combined. There is not much difference between the domestic and worldwide figures of the film. Till now the film has earned only Rs 41.3 crore worldwide.

Most watched shows in the evening

Most of the shows of ‘TNR’ are running in the evening. The occupancy of the film in the evening was 37.06 percent. After this, the film had 35.72 percent occupancy in the night. The occupancy was 34.66 percent in the afternoon and 22.33 percent in the morning.

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