Rangasthalam box office collection day 7: Ram Charan – Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s film rakes in Rs 120 crore gross

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Ram Charan - Samantha Ruth Prabhu's Rangasthalam is setting the box office on fire.

Last week, Rangasthalam, one of the most awaited films hit theatres worldwide. The film garnered huge buzz thanks to its unusual theme and a promising lead pair – Ram Charan and Samantha Ruth Prabhu. Post its release, the buzz around the film has only doubled if that is possible. Fans, critics and celebs can’t  stop praising Sukumar’s realistic portrayal of rural life set in the 80s, Ram Charan’s stellar act as Chitti Babu and Samantha’s impressive act as Rama Lakshmi. Apart from the glowing reviews, the film is faring phenomenally at the box office. It got off to a brilliant start as it raked in a whopping Rs 46 crore at the worldwide box office. Within 4 days it grossed Rs 100 crore at the worldwide market, becoming the sixth fastest movie to enter the prestigious club. As per the latest update, the film has now raked in Rs 120 crore gross; Rangasthalam is clearly unstoppable. The number of shows have also increased due to the positive reviews.

The movie witnessed the highest opening for a Telugu film at the Chennai Box office. It is also one among the top 10 highest grossing Telugu films of the year at the overseas box office. Rangasthalam is undoubtedly one of the biggest hits in the first quarter of 2018. Here’s what our reviewer, Urmimala has to say about the film – The film has quite a few takeaways. The biggest ones are the performances. Ram Charan leads the pack with his swag, attitude and body language infusing life into the hot headed, naughty but emotional Chittti Babu. Samantha Akkineni gets into the skin of the village belle Rama Laxmi and is the queen of expressions. She is a delight to watch in the song Rangama Mangama.

Unfortunately, Rangasthalam will be pulled out of Tamil Nadu theatres from this Sunday. The Telugu Film Producers Council have decided to take this step to lend their support to the Tamil producers during the Tamil Cinema Strike.

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