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Closing Box Office Receipts for Vikram; All-time Highest-Grossing Tamil Movie

The film also became the highest-grossing Tamil language film globally with Rs. 373 crores, well ahead of the previous best of Rs. 288 crores from 2.0

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Sadaf Hasan
Sadaf Hasan
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INDIA: Vikram, the most successful Tamil film ever, finished its illustrious run at the box office a few weeks ago, but an update was required. The action movie directed by Lokesh Kangaraj and starring Kamal Haasan, Fahadh Fassil, and Vijay Sethupathi made a staggering $432.50 million worldwide, with $307.60 million coming from India.

Beginning in early June, the movie took off like a high-speed train and over the following few weeks, shattered almost all of the previous Kollywood records. Among the many other records, the most notable one was surpassing Baahubali 2 by a large margin of around Rs. 40 crores to become the highest grosser ever in the state of Tamil Nadu.

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A first for Kollywood in a long time—Enthiran in 2010 was likely the last one the movie brought 1 crore footfalls and 1.22 crore admissions to theatres in the state.

With Rs. 373 crores, the movie surpassed 2.0’s previous record of Rs. 288 crores as the most successful Tamil language film ever made.

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However, when all versions are taken into account, 2.0 comes in at number two because it made much more money in Hindi and Telugu for a total of Rs. 665 crores.

Following Is a Breakdown Of Vikram’s Box Office Receipts:

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Tamil Nadu: 181.80 crores rupees

42.60 crores for AP/TS

Karnataka: 25.40 crores of rupees

Kerala: Rs. 40.50 billion

17.30 crores from the rest of India

India: Rs. 307.60 billion

$3.35 million belongs to North America.

Africa – $5.20 million

$2.35 million – Malaysia

$0.95 million in Singapore

0.85 million Australian/New Zealand dollars

$1.05 million in the UK

50 cents for France

Europe in $1,000,000

Worldwide: $0.75 million

$16 million / 124.90 crores in foreign currency

Across the globe:432.50 crores

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