Telugu film Pushpa the Rise created history

4 Jan 2022 15:20 PM

‘Pushpa’ created new figures of earning

Allu Arjun, Fahad Faasil and Rashmika Mandanna starrer Telugu film Pushpa The Rise is creating havoc at the Hindi box office as well. The Hindi version of the film is being liked a lot by the fans and on the third Saturday of release i.e. January 1, Pushpa Hindi box office broke all the records. The Hindi version of Allu Arjun’s film has earned 6.1 crores till January 1 first week.

With a collection of 6.1 crores, Pushpa broke the record for the highest grossing day at the Hindi box office. Till now this record was near the first Sunday of the film when Pushpa earned 5.5 crores at the Hindi box office.

Pushpa started doing well at the Hindi box office with its release on 17 December. Pushpa opened at the Hindi box office with an earning of 3.3 crores. And in the first week, Pushpa stayed close to this figure. After earning 3.7 crores on the first Saturday, Pushpa gave its first weekend of 12.5 crores at the Hindi box office while earning 5.5 crores on Sunday.

Coming to the third weekend, the highest grossing in all languages ​​is that this film, released in four languages, is earning the highest in Hindi. On the third Friday i.e. on 31st December, the last day of the year, Pushpa earned 3.5 crores at the Hindi box office, while this figure was only 32 lakhs in Telugu and only one lakh in other languages.

On the other hand, the third Saturday has been the highest-grossing day at the Hindi box office so far with 6.1 crores. Whereas on this day January 1, it earned 3.5 crores in Telugu and 6-8 lakhs in Tamil-Malayalam.

So far, Pushpa has earned a total of 56 crores at the Hindi box office. The film has earned 128 crores in Telugu. This figure is 13 crores in Tamil and 8 crores in Malayalam. Overall Pushpa is touching the 200 crore mark at the box office. At the same time, the film Worldwide has crossed 300 crores box office.

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