Newly released Tamil movie ‘Nagaram’ collected Rs 0.7 crore on 4th day of its release. The celluloid, which stars Sudeep Kishan, Regina Cassandra, Saptagiri and Raja Ravindra in lead roles, grossed a total box office collection of Rs 5.47 crore in initial four days. The film made a business of Rs 4.77 crore in opening weekend.

Commencing the box office journey with Rs 1.5 crore opening day collection, Lokesh Kanagaraj directed film witnessed 12-15% occupancy on first day. The movie’s business grew on second and third day, along with the hike in theatre occupancy. The celluloid collected Rs 2.37 crore in two days and reported culmination in the earnings on Sunday.

On Monday, the celluloid witnessed mitigation in the response from audiences in cinema halls. The movie reported around 2-3% occupancy in mega cities on Kerala and grasped average attention of the spectators in several multiplexes and cinema halls. Observing a drastic drop in the occupancy, the film is now on the way towards attaining gradual less response in coming days.

As the movie’s Telugu version also has been released in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, the celluloid observed average occupancy in cinema halls there. Produced under the banner of ‘A K S Entertainments’, the movie witnessed highest number of footfalls in the theatres and multiplexes located in mega cities like Chennai, Hyderabad and Vijaywada.