KGF 2 went over Rs. 100 crores again on Sunday after missing the three-digit number on Saturday. That makes it 3 days over Rs. 100 crores for the movie, with Baahubali 2 being the only one ahead with four days, while RRR had just two. The film will likely be crossing Rs. 500 crores in India today considering spillover from the weekend will keep the biz high on Monday. In case it misses it by a brisk, will be done on Tuesday morning at the latest. With just weekend collections, the movie is the eighth biggest grosser ever in India and shall quickly jump to number three tomorrow, just behind two SS Rajamouli movies, the one among them, RRR, it will try to top in coming days.
The box office collections of KGF: Chapter 2 at the Indian box office are as follows:
Thursday – Rs. 128.50 crore
Friday – Rs. 106.50 crores
Saturday – Rs. 98 crores
Sunday – Rs. 109 crores
Total – Rs. 442 crore
The film dominated the box office across the country, except Tamil Nadu where it was behind Beast, but was quickly catching up and if Monday morning numbers are to go by it will start beating Vijay starrer in the state from today. The film took the Karnataka box office to an absolute new high. Generally, Kannada films don’t get ticket price hikes so the numbers are limited but this film had the help from prices and putting them to use it grossed a huge Rs. 80 crores plus in the state, almost matching RRR in just four days.
Another state to pick is Kerala where the film did an extraordinary Rs. 27.50 crores 4-day weekend, despite missing around 250-300 shows on Friday in the state, with cinemas closed due to Easter. The film outstripped Bheeshma Parvam, which created a new weekend record earlier this year. It had a new single-day record on Thursday in the state on its opening record and then renewed it again on Sunday.
The territorial breakdown for the extended opening weekend box office collections of KGF: Chapter 2 in India are as follows:
Karnataka – Rs. 80.50 crore
AP/TS – Rs. 78.50 crore
Tamil Nadu – Rs. 30 crore
Kerala – Rs. 27.50 crore
North India – Rs. 225.50 crores
Total – Rs. 442 crores