Dasara Box Office Collection Day 2: Nani and Keerthy Suresh's film received favorable reviews from both critics and viewers. Released on 30th March, the film created excitement among fans ever since the announcement. According to the initial estimates, the film Dasara has done a business of around Rs 38 crore Gross worldwide in its first run. However, day 2 witnessed a slight drop in its collection. According to early estimates, Dasara will grow with positive word of mouth. After a global opening of Rs 38 crore (gross), the actioner failed to maintain a good momentum at the ticket counters on Friday but managed a decent collection.
Dasara Box Office Report
Dasara has benefited greatly from the market due to its pan-Indian standing and the audience's preference for South Indian films, particularly those with a local plot and action. Nani’s film has been released in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi languages. Production house SLV Cinemas shared the box office collection of the movie in a press note. "The movie grossed Rs 38 crore plus on its first day worldwide, earning a staggering Rs 15 crore on its second day. The film’s two days worldwide total stands at Rs 53 crore plus," the note read.
Not just in the domestic market, the film has overtaken the international arena as well. The makers of the film shared that Dasara has hit the 1 million mark in the US. They wrote on Twitter, “#DhoomDhaamBlockbuster Dasara hits the magical ONE MILLION mark at the USA Box Office, Super strong bookings and a sensational weekend on cards."
Dasara has found a stronghold at the ticket counters in the Telugu market, but in the Hindi market, the film has strong competition from Ajay Devgn’s Bholaa.
The Telugu film aims to bring focus on the socio-economic condition, political ambition and power struggle of the Singareni collieries. Also starring Keethy Suresh in the lead, Dasara is directed by debutant Srikanth Odhela and is touted to be one of the most crucial films of Nani’s career.
Dasara has an extraordinary storyline and some note-worthy performances. The film sees music by Santosh Narayanan, cinematography by Sathyan Sooryan, editing by Naveen Nooli with writing by Jella Srinath, Arjuna Paturi and Vamsi Krishna P apart from Srikanth.