Regina Cassandra starrer recently released Tamil movie ‘Nagaram’, which has been dubbed in Telugu language with title ‘Maanagaram’, collected an overall collection of Rs 7.83 crore in two weeks. The celluloid, which hit screens on 10th March 2017, received mixed reviews from critics and started its journey at India’s box office with poor response from audiences.
After fourteen days, response for the cinema seems to be declined as it curbed average income in first week. Beginning the box office journey on March 10, the bilingual flick grossed Rs 1.5 crore collection on opening day. The cinema didn’t see growth in its business in the weekend days as its income in three days ended up as Rs 2.47 crore total gross in first-three days.
The south Indian movie, which also features Sudeep Kishan, Saptagiri and Raja Ravindra in lead roles, reported declination in the earnings on 4th day. Witnessing low occupancy in the first week, the Tamil offering garnered a business of Rs 4.35 crore in 7 days. The film received comparatively less response in that week and grossed the amount in seven days.
Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, the movie reported gradual drop in the theatre occupancy in weekend days of second week. Witnessing about 5 to 10% occupancy in the cinema halls on 8th, 9th and 10th day of release, the multi-starrer flick pocketed Rs 2.48 crore in the second week. The celluloid failed to perform well in overseas and gathered zero income in the international market.