‘Dulquer salmaan’s Charlie’, ‘Kali’ and ‘Kammatipaadam:’ 3 back-to-back hits
Dulquer salmaan’s Charlie’, ‘Kali’ and ‘Kammatipaadam:’ 3 back-to-back hits
Despite receiving mixed response from the movie-goers, the actor’s latest Malayalam film “Kammatipaadam,” directed by Rajeev Ravi, has been playing well at the Kerala box workplace upon its unharness on could twenty. per trade analysts, the pic is claimed to own collected a gross quantity of Rs. 7.10 large integer throughout its first-week run in Kerala, whereas it might reportedly earn solely Rs. 3.08 large integer throughout the second week.
With succeeding blockbusters in Malayalam, young star Dulquer Salmaan has achieved the highest position at the Kerala box workplace. Movies like “Charlie,”Kali” and “Kammatipaadam” have raised his career graph as they garnered the fabulous response from the audience.
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Bagging the “A” certificate from the regional censor board yet because the less support from the family audience as a result of the intense subject handled within the pic area unit cited to be reasons for the drop by the gathering. The overall gross assortment of the Dulquer-starter from fourteen days of its theatrical run in Kerala currently amounts to or so Rs. 10.18 large integer with a web quantity of Rs. 8.20 large integer and share of Rs. 4.60 crore.
The realistic pic that is narrated against the backcloth of a slum that made-up method for the event of Kochi as a town, has, however, didn’t meet the gathering records of Dulquer’s previous blockbusters. The family heroic tale, “Kali,” is claimed to own grossed Rs. 15.20 large integer and therefore the Sameer Thahir-directed flick was well accepted by the audience. it had been the second project of “Premam” fame Sai Pallavi.
Meanwhile, Dulquer’s “Charlie” still ranks on the highest spot among his highest grossing South Dravidian movies by collection or so Rs. 22.42 crore. The Martin Prakkat pic that conjointly has Parvathy and Aparna Gopinath in main roles has completed one hundred days of its theatrical run in Kerala.