Kalki 2898 AD BO Collection Day 8

Prabhas-Deepika Padukone's dystopian sci-fi hits ₹700 crore milestone.
Kalki 2898 AD BO Collection Day 8

Kalki 2898 AD BO Collection day 8 - Prabhas-Deepika Padukone's dystopian sci-fi maintains its strong momentum. On Thursday, the film's producers announced that it had surpassed the ₹700 crore collection mark. Kalki 2898 AD BO Collection Day 8: Prabhas-Deepika Padukone's high-budget film is performing well at the global box office. According to Vyjayanthi Movies, the film has grossed over ₹700 crore globally across all languages.

The dream run continues."Experience the magic of #Kalki2898AD, now in theaters." The poster reads, "700 crores + GBOC worldwide," according to Vyjayanthi Movies' social media post. Kalki 2898 AD BO Collection Day 8— On day eight, July 4, the film performed well throughout India. According to Sacnilk, the film grossed ₹22.3 crore (net) in India. Kalki 2898 BO collected ₹10 crore in Telugu, 0.9 crore in Tamil, ₹10.5 crore in Hindi, ₹0.2 crore in Kannada, and ₹0.7 crore in Malayalam on day 8 of the campaign. Despite the movie makers' declaration that Kalki 2898 AD will exceed the ₹700 crore mark, the Sacnilk statistics for day 8 indicates that the movie's worldwide collection is ₹641 crore net (estimated). The movie has earned an estimated total of ₹414.75 crore in India (net), consisting of ₹23 crore from Tamil, ₹162 crore from Hindi, ₹2.8 crore from Kannada, and ₹14.1 crore from Malayalam.

About the Kalki 2898 AD movie - Nag Ashwin directs the post-apocalyptic film, which is influenced by Hindu scriptures and takes place in 2898 AD. The film also features Deepika Padukone, Kamal Haasan, and Disha Patani. Since the release of 'Kalki 2898 AD,' fans and the film industry have been raving about the performances, and praise for the film's cast and crew has been flooding in from all sides. "Kalki 2898 AD," previously known as "Project K," is a mix of the Hindu epic Mahabharata with science fiction made by Vyjayanthi Movies. On Thursday, June 27, the film was released in six languages worldwide: Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, and English.

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