Samantha Akkineni and Ram Charan starrer Rangasthalam continues its strong hold at the Box Office even after 17 days of its release. Rangasthalam opened on a good note and went on to earn Rs 130 crore collection in the first week. Evidently, the film is going strong with every passing day at the Box Office. Reportedly, the film has done total Rs 177 crore GROSS business in 17 days.
The film is not only doing great in India but also in the US. Moreover anything, the film proves content is king as it is ruling internationally like a boss. The film is remarkable in the US. On Friday, trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted USA business of the film. Take a look:
Telugu film #Rangasthalam continues its HEROIC RUN in USA… Is the THIRD HIGHEST GROSSER in USA [Telugu films], after #Baahubali2 and #Baahubali…
Mon $ 20,360
Tue $ 39,413
Wed $ 16,452
Thu $ 11,691
Total: $ 3,256,663 [₹ 21.26 cr]@Rentrak
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 13, 2018
Rangasthalam is a political drama set in the village, Rangasthalam. The movie is all about elections and how the villain wants to win these elections destroying a few families. Chitti Babu(Charan) is a happy go lucky guy who falls in love with a Lakshmi(Samantha).
Rangasthalam, which released on March 30 has been Directed by Sukumar. The film is produced by Mythri Movie Makers. The film stars Samantha, Aadi Pinisetty, Jagapathi Babu among others in the principal roles. The film sees Samantha and Ram Charan sharing the same screen space for the first time.
Meanwhile, now that the film is witnessing its huge run at the Box, the makers of the film are looking forward to releasing the film in other languages too. Reportedly, the film dubbed in four languages — Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, and Bhojpuri —
Recently, to celebrate the success, the makers of Rangasthalam held an event in Hyderabad calling it Rangasthalam Vijayotsavam and the special guest of the evening was power star Pawan Kalyan, Ram Charan’s uncle. Samantha Akkineni, Sukumar, Rathnavelu, Naresh, Jagapthi Babu among others were also spotted at the success party of the film.