Adipurush starring Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, Sunny Singh and Devdatta Nage is releasing the theatres on 16th June 2023. The film is made on a huge budget of Rs 700 Crores and is expected to break a lot of box office records. The buzz for Adipurush is quite high and we expect the movie to collect a massive amount through advance booking before the release date approaches. Adipurush was earlier scheduled to release in January 2023 but the release date was pushed back to work on the VFX of the film. This article covers everything you need to know about the advance booking collection of Adipurush directed by Om Raut.
Adipurush Advance Booking Collection Report
Adipurush has already collected more than Rs 5 Crores with the advance booking of tickets. Of these 5 Crores, a huge amount of advance booking collection comes from the 3D Hindi version. According to the latest report, the 3D Hindi version of the film has sold over 1 Lakh tickets and amounts to more than Rs 3 Crores in advance booking collection.
Surprisingly the 2D Hindi version is not getting the same kind of response and only tickets worth Rs 40 Lakhs have been sold for the same in advance bookings. On the other hand, Adipurush is doing wonders with advance booking in South India. The Telugu version of the film has sold tickets worth over Rs 1 Crore in its advance booking. The other languages version is also getting a good response.
Before the release date, Adipurush will easily go past Rs 15 Crores in advance booking collection. The film is expected to give a tough competition to the overall box office collection of Pathan in India. Adipurush has already recovered its huge budget of Rs 700 Crores with digital rights, satellite rights and music rights. Even though the budget seemed insurmountable, Adipurush is already doing unthinkable for the makers.
Will Adipurush become the most successful Indian film ever at the box office? The advance booking collection of the film which is current more than Rs 5 Crores suggests that Adipurush will give a tough competition to the overall collection of Pathan in India.