Multi-starrer Indian movie ‘The Ghazi Attack’ collected Rs 47.5 crore total worldwide box office collection in ten days. Releasing in Telugu and Hindi language, Sankalp Reddy’s directorial venture opened to average response from the audiences in central and south Indian states. In two weeks, the movie grossed Rs 41.4 crore at India’s box office.

Hitting more than 1000 screens across India, Taapsee Pannu starrer bilingual flick garnered Rs 3.6 crore at Nizam and Rs 1.14 crore at Vizag. The movie collected an income of Rs 0.5 crore in East AP and Rs 0.36 crore in West AP (Andhra Pradesh). Showcasing awesome performance at other regions in the state, the film pocketed Rs 0.71 crore at Krishna, Rs 0.61 crore at Guntur and Rs 0.24 crore at Nellore.

Apart from this success in earning a good box office revenue in Andhra Pradesh, the celluloid grossed Rs 0.59 crore at Ceded. Alongside the excellent performance in Telugu speaking state, the movie managed to collect a handsome amount of income in Karnataka. The celluloid collected Rs 1.8 crore in Kannada speaking state and Rs 2.05 crore in Tamil Nadu.

The cinema, which stars Atul Kulkarni, Om Puri, Kay Kay Menon and Rana Daggubati in lead roles, bagged Rs 7.3 crore collection from rest of the nation. The movie not only exhibited splendid performance in India but also showcased awesomeness in its performance in overseas. Enticing a big number of audiences in foreign countries, the film collected Rs 1.82 crore in US and Rs 0.6 crore from rest of the world.