The Tamil rom-com drama “Love Today” is now heading for a 75 Cr gross worldwide mark at the box office. It has accumulated over 57 crores gross WW so far, the film is soon going to be released in the dubbed version of Telugu.
It is directed and written by Pradeep Ranganathan and is the adaptation of his short film App(a). The film is made with a budget of only 5 Crs and has grossed over 50 crores within 3 weeks which is a big feat to achieve for a small film like Love Today.
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The small film has found many takers at the box office so much so that it has crossed the 50 Cr gross mark. And going by the performance of the movie, it seems it will reach new heights with the wider release.
Hence, it would not be exaggerating to say that, if it crosses the 75 Crs gross mark in the long run. And who knows if it does well in the dubbed Telugu version, makers might make it grandeur by releasing it in other languages as well like Kantara.
Pradeep’s film brought in over 6.5 Cr in its third weekend for a domestic cume of 46.68 Cr nett. As per the trade reports, it is stable on the weekdays though on the lower side. It is estimated to have accumulated 0.76 Cr on 3rd Mon with over 72% drop.
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And going by the trends, it will stay stable from here till Thu, and then show a jump on the 4th weekend given the Telugu version is also being released. If it performs well in the Telugu market, then the makers might consider releasing it in the Hindi version as well.
The Hindi market has emerged as one of the top contributors to south films this year which is clear from the Hindi biz of south films like Kantara, Sita Ramam, 777Charlie, Major, Rocketry and Karthikeya 2 which were released without promotions in the Hindi belt and still made it big there.
As per the trade estimations, Love Today adds another 75L to its cash registers on day 19.
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