Ram Charan's Rangasthalam to be dubbed in Bhojpuri

Rangasthalam poster

Rangasthalam poster

Ram Charan is now on a break and he is enjoying the success of his recent outing Rangasthalam.

On its opening day itself, Rangasthalam collected a massive Rs 46 crore worldwide, thereby becoming the ninth highest grossing opener in South India and the seventh highest in Tollywood. Its per-screen average is nearly equal to that of Krishnarjuna Yuddham, which has grossed Rs 24 crore approximately in its opening weekend. The film has collected a whopping Rs 175 crore worldwide (gross) in 17 days, after its release on March 30.

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Rangasthalam, which stars Jagapathi Babu and Prakash Raj in important roles, also pulled in good numbers from the neighbouring states.

Rangasthalam fared well at the worldwide box office in the second week.

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The Sukumar-directed period drama needs to collect Rs 22 crore gross to surpass Rs 200 crore gross mark at the worldwide box office. In Karnataka, it has raked in a share of Rs 7.6 crore on Rs 15.65 crore gross. Pawan Kalyan revealed at the meet that he had visited a theatre after 20 long years just to catch the film and heaped praises on Sukumar and Ram Charan.

The film has beaten Attarintiki Daredi full run share in Nizam and emerged as the Non-Baahubali biggest hit in the territory. The filmmakers have even released a new 3 minute long detailed trailer to mark the occasion and shared on their social media page a behind-the-scenes video of the film too. "Rangasthalam" will add more moolah to its kitty.

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