Darbar 1st Day Box Office Collection Report: Fantastic Start

Darbar Starring Superstar Rajinianth and Nayanthara directed by A. R Murugadoss has entered top 5 Kollywood openers.

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Darbar 1st Day Box Office Collection Report: The film has successfully entered top 5 Kollywood grossers but it was not able to create any records.

The film stars Superstar Rajinikanth and was released on 9th January 2020 has opened to a thunderous response as the film enters the top 5 openers from Kollywood Industry. In Chennai, the movie was released on 25 theatres and had more than 75 screens which amounted to about 350 shows in the region.

Also, the government gave special permission to have special shows for the next 7 days and this acted like wonders for the film. While Single screens had a rally of early morning shows, the multiplexes alloted almost everything to Darbar. And as a result, even entities like Mayajaal had close to 100 shows for Darbar. And the same routine was followed by National Multiplex Chains with Inox, PVR, with SPI, Devi and AGS cinema had a record number of shows.

The estimate in this region is about Rs. 2.37 crores On First Day.

In Tamil Nadu, the response was not like any of the earlier Rajinikanth movies or even the Vijay starrer Bigil for that matter. The estimate figures from this region are about 18 crores. There were issues between Theatre Owners and Disbtruotrs which resulted in the cancellation of some shows in Dindugal.

The first day collections of Darbar are 31.88 Crores. The circuit breakdown is given below

Darbar 1st Day Box Office Collection Report:

  1. Tamil Nadu – Rs. 16 Crs (Approx)
  2. Nizam / Andhra – Rs. 6.5 Crs (Approx)
  3. Karnataka – Rs. 5 Crs (Approx)
  4. Kerala – Rs. 2.5 Crs (Approx)
  5. Hindi Belts – Rs. 1.88 Crs (1.2 Hindi + 0.68 Tamil Version).

Nevertheless releasing in a dull period and lighting up the box office in a month like January is good for overall trade. Let’s see where the film heads from here.

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