Amidst huge expectations, Mahesh Babu has finally presented his journey as a chief minister with his latest outing Bharat Ane Nenu.
He has been receiving huge appreciations for his fantastic performance and Koratala Siva for balancing the class and mass elements in this film. As expected, the actor has taken the box office by heavy storm with its collections. The director has presented an interesting message with a commercial angle. The film hit the screens yesterday worldwide and in few years, it owned the Non-Baahubali records.
In Nizam area on the first day, the film managed to collect a share of Rs. 4.48 crores, Uttar Andhra Rs. 2.91 crores, East Godavari Rs. 3.21 crores, West Godavari Rs. 1.82 crores, Krishna Rs. 1.93 crores, Guntur Rs. 4.04 crores, Nellore Rs. 0.88 crores, Ceded Rs. 2.47 crores. On a total of Rs. 17.79 crores collected in Andhra Pradesh. As there is a permission for five shows in a day, the collections are huge from AP region. From two states, the collections are Rs. 21.74 crores and turned into his career best. On the first day, the gross collection is Rs. 31.9 crores.
In Krishna and Guntur regions, the film has broken the Non-Baahubali records with its first day collections. The film has sold out the worldwide theatrical rights for Rs. 100 crores. To get into a safe zone, the film has to continue to steal the show for two more weekends.
But in all-time highest share grossed films, Bharat Ane Nenu failed to get the position. With Rs. 42.87 crores share, Baahubali 2 stood in the first position and Agnathavasi collected Rs. 26.36 crores in the second place. Megastar's comeback film Khaidi No. 150 collected Rs. 23.24 crores and Baahubali 1 Rs. 22.40 crores on the first day. Pawan's Katamarayudu grossed Rs. 22.27 crores and stood in the fifth position.
Jr NTR's Jai Lava Kusa collected Rs. 21.81 crores and stood in the sixth position. Now, Bharat Ane Nenu stood in the seventh position with its collections. Well, let's see how it is going to create a sensation at the box office with its collections.