RRR Box Office: Ram Charan and Jr NTR movie witnesses first major drop on second Monday

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The movie RRR has witnessned its first major drop in the box office collections. The SS Rajamouli directorial was released on March 25 and maintained a strong run since. However, the Ram Charan and Jr NTR starrer saw it’s first major drop on the second Monday. RRR scored big on the second weekend at the box office. The SS Rajamouli is inching towards the 200 crore mark with his second weekend collection. But, the latest drop in the collections of the Ram Charan and Jr NTR has slowed the run.

A Box Office India report stated that RRR (Hindi) collected 7 crore nett approx on the second Monday. The movie collections saw a drop of 45% on the second Monday when one would normally expect a 25-30% drop for an established well-appreciated film. As per the report, the SS Rajamouli directorial has made 190 crore nett approx, since its release.

According to the report, “RRR (Hindi) saw its first major drop in first major drop in its run as it collected 7 crore nett apprx on its second Monday. The collections remain good but normally you expect a 25-30% drop on the second Monday for an established well appreciated film. The drop here is around 45%.


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As per the report, “Still the film has done very well till now and phenomenally well if we consider its a South dubbed film with actors which are not that well known barring guest appearances by stars like Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt .” The report further stated, “The collections of the film after eleven days are 190 crore nett and it will cross Sooryavanshi today (Tuesday) and reach the 200 crore nett mark on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, RRR also stars Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, Olivia Morris, and Shriya Saran, apart from Ram Charan and Jr NTR. Bollywood Bubble gave the movie RRR four stars in its movie review.

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