‘Jailer,’ which was released in theaters on Thursday, August 10, made an amazing Rs 48.35 crore on its first day in India. The weekend refueled its momentum, resulting in a staggering Rs 102.25 crore in net receipts across India.
‘Jailer,’ the newest film from Superstar Rajinikanth, has grabbed the box office by storm, surpassing the astonishing Rs 300 crore total collection globally in just four days. According to industry tracker Sacnilk.com, the film has already earned Rs 176.70 crore in India and an additional Rs 131.30 crore internationally.
According to early estimates from industry tracker Sacnilk, Jailer, starring Rajinikanth, earned roughly Rs 33 crore in India on Independence Day (August 15), bringing its net domestic profits to Rs 207.15 crore. The film had the highest occupancy rate in Tamil Nadu, at 81.59 percent.
Given its box office success, Jailer is on track to outperform Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan: Part 1 in Tamil Nadu. This milestone would make Jailer the highest-grossing film in the state. “#Jailer will beat #PS1 to become the highest grossing movie in TN!” said industry tracker Ramesh Bala.
In the Southern area, Jailer has been able to sustain its momentum while facing little opposition, since Chiranjeevi’s most recent movie, Bhola Shankar, has struggled at the box office. In the Northern market, however, Jailer has competition from Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2, which has grossed Rs 229 crore in India since its August 11 release.
Jailer grossed 210.65 crores in India’s net in its first six days at the box office.
Jailor did well on the 1st day, with a net collection of Rs 48.35 crore [Tamil: 37.6 crores; Telegu: 10.2 crores; Kannada: 0.2 crores; Hindi: 0.35 crore]. As a result, the film’s 2nd-day collection is Rs 25.75 crore [Tamil: 21.7 crores; Telegu: 3.7 crores; Kannada: 0.2 crores; Hindi: 0.15 crore], representing a 46.74% decline.
But it was balanced out on the 3rd day of the box office with a collection of Rs 34.3 crore [Tamil: 27.8 crores; Telegu: 5.95 crores; Kannada: 0.3 crores; Hindi: 0.3 crores], which represents a little profit of 23.03%. On the 4th day, the film’s momentum is constant, with a net collection of Rs 42.2 crore [Tamil: 18 crores; Telegu: 5.1 crores; Kannada: 0.25 crore; Hindi: 0.2 crores] representing a 23.03% gain at the box office. On the 5th day, the box office collection dropped by 44.19% to Rs. 23.55 crore [Tamil: 18 crores; Telegu: 5.1 crores; Kannada: 0.25 crore; Hindi: 0.2 crores].
However, on the 6th day, the box office collection balanced out with a decent collection of Rs 36.5 crore [Tamil: 26.7 crores; Telegu: 9 crores; Kannada: 0.4 crores; Hindi: 0.4 crores], representing a 54.99% rise in the box office collection. The expected earnings on the 7th day are Rs 15 crore. The total box office collection is Rs. 225.65 crore.
As of now, the Indian gross collection stands at Rs 247.2 crore, with a net collection of Rs 210.65 crore. The international collection is Rs 145 crore, with a total global collection of Rs 392.2 crore. If this trend continues, the film may reach the Rs 400 crore mark on a global scale.