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Kalki 2898 AD dominates box office:

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“Kalki 2898 AD,” directed by Nag Ashwin and starring Prabhas, has taken the global box office by storm since its release on June 27. Within just four days, the film has amassed a staggering Rs 550 crore worldwide, with the Hindi version alone contributing Rs 115 crore. Trade analysts like Ramesh Bala and Taran Adarsh have confirmed the movie’s unprecedented success, noting its robust performance across all regions and demographics.

Taran Adarsh highlighted the film’s exceptional growth, especially on its fourth day (Sunday), underscoring audience enthusiasm and solid content as key drivers of its box office dominance. He emphasized that “Kalki 2898 AD” has defied expectations, sustaining strong numbers even after its opening day, typically a high point for many films.

The movie’s achievement in North America is also noteworthy, as it became the first Indian film to cross the $11 million mark in its opening weekend, a testament to its appeal beyond Indian shores. Additionally, in India, “Kalki 2898 AD” raked in approximately Rs 85 crore on Sunday alone, pushing its domestic total to Rs 302 crore. This surpasses the comparable timeframe earnings of Shah Rukh Khan’s “Jawan,” previously the highest-grossing Indian film of 2023.

Breaking down the contributions by language, the Telugu version emerged as the top earner with Rs 162.1 crore, followed by Hindi with Rs 110.5 crore, Tamil with Rs 18.3 crore, Malayalam with Rs 9.7 crore, and Kannada with Rs 1.8 crore during the opening weekend.

Overall, “Kalki 2898 AD” has shattered several box office records, becoming the highest-grossing Indian film of 2024 within just three days of release. Despite its formidable performance, it falls behind “RRR” and “Baahubali 2” in terms of all-time opening day earnings, the latter being another major success starring Prabhas. Nonetheless, “Kalki 2898 AD” solidifies Prabhas’ status as a box office powerhouse and reinforces the film’s appeal across diverse global audiences.

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