The Ram Charan-starrer has surpassed Mahesh Babu's Srimanthudu and Chiranjeevi's Khaidi No 150 to become Tollywood's third-highest grosser of all time, trailing behind only SS Rajamouli's Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali: The Conclusion. Its current pace of collection shows that it will not be able to beat the record of Baahubali: The beginning, which is the second all-time highest grosser in Tollywood with its total collection of Rs 650 crore gross. 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 right from day one has been setting records - On the first day it managed to earn a whopping Rs 46 crore at the worldwide market, beating even Hindi film - Baaghi 2. Rangasthalam achieved another interesting feat by becoming the fastest non-Baahubali film to vault over the Rs 100 crore worldwide share mark in two weeks. However, another factor is also played crucial role. The second film in the Baahubali series earned over Rs 1700 crore at the box office worldwide. In Karnataka, it has raked in a share of Rs 7.6 crore on Rs 15.65 crore gross. It is inching towards $3.5 Million mark in USA.
It is now the third-highest grosser in Telugu cinema.
Here's what our review on Rangasthalam says - Ram Charan will be remembered for his Chitti Babu character for a long time. "Rangasthalam" will add more moolah to its kitty.
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