The Lion King has earned the ‘blockbuster’ status at the Chennai box office. From its two versions (Tamil and English), it performed a lot better than new films that include ‘Dear Comrade’ and ‘A1’.
In its second weekend, The Lion King has earned Rs 1.57 crore from 225 shows reports Behindwoods. The total collection of the flick now stands at Rs 4.10 crore in Chennai which is a huge number for a non-Tamil film in the capital city of Tamil Nadu.
Santhanam’s A1 has got a decent start at the Chennai box office. It has raked in Rs 1.06 crore from 249 shows. With the film getting fairly positive reviews, it is expected to do well in the coming days.
Vijay Devarakonda’s Dear Comrade has got an above-average opening at the Chennai box office. It has grossed Rs 50.49 lakh from 162 shows.
Aadai has grossed Rs 5.33 lakh from 42 shows to take its total tally to Rs 50.63 lakh. Samuthirakani’s Kolangi has grossed Rs 2.96 lakh from 42 shows.
The Lion King beats 'A1' and 'Dear Comrade'
The Lion King has earned the 'blockbuster' status at the Chennai box office. From its two versions (Tamil and English), it performed a lot better than new