Superstar Mahesh Babu's latest movie is Sarileru Neekevvaru. Mahesh, who has been doing only consecutive films in the past, has done a lot of mass, comedy, and action with this film. After the long gap, fans are feasting with Mahesh, an out and out commercial entertainer.
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Sarileru Neekevvaru is the Telugu film that landed in the ring before Sankranti Mahesh's long-awaited mass commercial entertainer and super-successful Anil Ravipudi has been a huge success in the film. The film was produced by Mahesh Babu himself, with Anil Sunkar and Dil Raju, and senior actress Vijayashanti made a silver screen re-entry. The film has been released on a massive scale.
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Sarileru Neekevvaru advanced from Advance Bookings. On the first day, Chitraunit officially announced that the film has earned a share of 46.77 crore. Trade pundits estimate that Grass has reached around Rs 85 crore. With the arrival of Sankranti's presence, the huge number of theaters, Mahesh's long time to do mass cinemas are not enough.
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But the second day did not continue to the same level. With the release of Ala Vaikunthapurramloo on the second day, more theaters had to be allocated to the film. The second day Mahesh Joru was broken. Sarileru Neekevvaru gained more than 46 crores on the first day and gained only 14 crores on the second day.
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Sarileru Neekevvaru's collections fell even worse for the third day. Mahesh Babu, who raised Rs 47 crore on the first day, failed to reach the 9 crore mark on the third day. Ala Vaikunthapurramloo The film's super hit talk and the number of theaters have been greatly impacted, which has had a serious impact on the grossing. It is also expected that the third day of Monday will be a working day, which is one reason for the decline in collections. However, the festive holidays on the 14th and 15th are expected to rebound.