Vikram had a successful fourth weekend at the box office, earning Rs. 13.50 crores, bringing the twenty-four-day total to roughly Rs. 289 crores. With only a 45% decrease from the third weekend, the movie experienced another under 50% decline. The movie’s global business following yesterday is estimated to be Rs. 409 crores, up from an earlier weekend high of Rs. 400 crores.
The Telugu-speaking states provided the film with the best hold, as third-weekend collections scarcely decreased. The overall receipts in Telugu states are currently around Rs. 38 crores are expected to surpass Rs easily. 40 crores, with a potential final total of Rs. 45 crores. Soon, Telugu states will reach Kerala to overtake Tamil Nadu as the second-largest market.
With around Rs. 7.50 crores over the weekend, Tamil Nadu saw a 50% decline. Baahubali 2’s Rs. 7.10 crores from the fourth weekend broke another state record, but it won’t be easy to top Baahubali 2’s weekday earnings for the fourth week. The state has received approximately 172 crores in total collections, and they are expected to reach 190 crores soon.
Following is a breakdown of Vikram’s box office receipts per region in India:
Tamil Nadu – Rs. 172 crores
AP/TS – Rs. 38 crores
Karnataka – Rs. 24.25 crores
Kerala – Rs. 38.75 crores
Rest of India – Rs. 16.25 crores
Total – Rs. 289.25 crores