Allu Arjun’s much-awaited movie ‘Pushpa’ has created a huge buzz among fans ever since its announcement. The action-packed movie released in theaters worldwide on August 13th and has been receiving a lot of attention from fans. The movie has earned record-breaking opening day collections and is expected to make a huge impact at the box office. Here’s a look at Pushpa’s first day collections in India and overseas, and Allu Arjun’s reaction to its success.
Allu Arjun’s New Movie ‘Pushpa’
Allu Arjun’s new movie ‘Pushpa’ is an action-packed thriller that tells the story of a lorry driver who is forced to fight against powerful forces in order to protect his family. The movie stars Allu Arjun as Pushpa Raj, Rashmika Mandanna as Malati, and Prakash Raj as the main antagonist. The movie has been directed by Sukumar and produced by Mythri Movie Makers.
Record-Breaking Opening Day Collections
Pushpa has been receiving a lot of attention from fans ever since its announcement and the movie’s first-day collections have been record-breaking. The movie has earned ₹47 crores on its opening day and is expected to continue its strong performance at the box office.
First Day Collections in India
The movie has earned ₹47 crores on its first day, which is a record-breaking figure. The movie has earned ₹20 crores in the Telugu states, ₹15 crores in Tamil Nadu, and ₹7 crores in Karnataka. The movie has also earned ₹5 crores in the rest of India.
Overseas Box Office Performance
Pushpa has also been performing well at the overseas box office. The movie has earned $2.5 million in the US, $0.7 million in the UK, and $0.3 million in Australia. The movie has also earned a total of $3.5 million in other countries.
Allu Arjun’s Reaction to ‘Pushpa’s Success
Allu Arjun was ecstatic about the success of Pushpa and thanked his fans for their support. He said, “I am overwhelmed with the response that Pushpa has received. I want to thank all my fans for making this possible.”
‘Taggede Lay’ Celebrations in Overseas
Allu Arjun’s fans in the US, UK, and Australia have been celebrating the success of Pushpa