Reportedly, Rajnikanth's Kaala Get the Lowest Opening As Compare To Previous Movies

Reportedly, Rajnikanth

Reportedly, Rajnikanth's Kaala Get the Lowest Opening As Compare To Previous Movies

New Delhi: Thalaiva’s previous movies had set the standards, so it is expected Rajnikath’s movie to be a big blockbuster opening. But Kaala didn’t do well on the very first day.

PTI Reported, Sreedhar Pillai, who is a Chennai-based analyst said “I think it will open good in Tamil Nadu because of the controversies surrounding the film. But I can't pinpoint numbers at the moment. Although the advance booking was not very good, the state government's special permission to conduct morning shows have helped. It is expected to do well since it is a Rajinikanth's movie but it will not take a massive opening."

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On Thursday, a member of the Tamil Nadu Films Producers' Council (TFPC) Vishal Krishna told that the box office has greatly affected by Ramzan Week.

Usually the tickets for Rajnikanth’s movie is sold out a week before its release but tickets for Kaala were available online till noon.

According to Chennai-based trade expert’s prediction, Kaala’s collection will trump Vijay’s Mersal in time, moreover he also said that Salman’s Race3 will really not have a good impact in Tamil Nadu. He stated “Currently, the tracking suggests that the film may slightly fall behind the opening record of Vijay's Mersal here since Kaala has released on a non-festival day. But in the long run, I'm expecting Kaala to beat this film's numbers in Tamil Nadu. Salman Khan-fronted Race 3 will not have a big impact in the state next week, and Kaala is expected to hold a good number of screens until next week for sure” to PTI

                                                        

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