South Superstar Mahesh Babu’s Bharat Ane Nenu is a blockbuster film. Sans Baahubali, BAN becomes the highest grossing film of the year. The political drama, which marks Tollywood debut of Kiara Advani is continuing its dream run in India as well as internationally. Sans Baahubali franchise, the film is setting new records each day at the Box Office. Not just in the US, the film is witnessing glorious run even in Australia. Bharat Ane Nenu has witnessed an exceptional growth of 127.53% growth on Tuesday.
On Friday, the film did a business of A$ 168,194, on Saturday A$ 116,017 and on Sunday A$ 54,922, which is of course, phenomenal. The film continued its steady growth on Monday and Tuesday was stupendous in Australia. The film collected A$ 18,443 on Monday and A$ 41,964 on Tuesday, thus, taking the overall collection to A$ 399,540 [₹ 2.02 cr]
Telugu film #BharatAneNenu is having a GLORIOUS RUN in AUSTRALIA… Biz witnesses 127.53% growth on Tue [vis-à-vis Mon]…
Fri A$ 168,194
Sat A$ 116,017
Sun A$ 54,922
Mon A$ 18,443
Tue A$ 41,964
Total: A$ 399,540 [₹ 2.02 cr]#BAN@Rentrak
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 25, 2018
In the first weekend, the film did exceptional business in the USA. On Friday, including the previews, the film earned $ 1,402,713, on Saturday $ 697,592 and on Sunday $ 367,651 / 249 locations.
Well, the film is doing a great business all over the globe and is unstoppable. It remains to see how the film turns up on the weekdays.
Bharat Ane Nenu, which released on April 20, received Superstar Mahesh Babu immense praises from not just the audience and critics but also industry veterans. Fans are even touting it his best performance till date.
Mahesh Babu’s role as CM has highly impressed the audience and moreover, its kind of political drama that they always wanted to witness on screen. From the music to the promotions, the teaser- BAN has successfully made it to the hearts of the audience.
Directed by Koratala Siva, Bharat Ane Nenu features Mahesh Babu as a dynamic Chief Minister. Kiara Advani is the heroine and DVV Danayya bankrolled this big-budget political drama.