Vikram’s ‘I’ collects almost ₹ 200 Crores, overtakes Kaththi, dominates Andhra Box-Office
Vikram's "I" continues its dream run at the box office. "I", which was released on 14 January, has earned more tha...
(Pic: Vikram & Vijay in I movie Success party)
In Tamil Nadu the film collected more than 65 crore rupees and in Andhra the dubbed version has collected 40 crore, in Karnataka 12 crore, Kerala 15 crore and in other states the film has collected five crore rupees.
The Hindi version of the movie has collected rupees 20 crore with the total collection of 197 crore rupees. With the collection of more than 197 crore rupees the film is ahead of Kaththi which overtook Endhiran’s collection, says some sources.
As per traders, "I" is the biggest hit of Vikram's career and it is the second biggest movie in Kollywood after Rajinikanth's "Enthiran" at the box office. However, considering the huge investment made by the makers of the movie, the profit margin is pretty less.
The movie should have a good run in theatres for at least 10 more days to become a big hit at collection centres.
Shankar’s ‘I’ movie has continued to dominate the Andhra Box Office. ‘I’ movie has dominated Gopala Gopala, starring Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan, collections at the box office in Andhra.
Super Good Films have reportedly bought theatrical rights of the Telugu version of "I" for a whopping rupees 39 crore.
They have recovered over 50% of their investments from its screening. Also the movie is expected to return another 25% to 30%.