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Amar Akbar Anthony Closing Business – A Nightmare To Producers

Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja is continuing the feat to deliver another flop movie Amar Akbar Anthony. This movie is directed by Sreenu Vaitla. This director is also facing tough time as a flop director and delivered four back to back flops. This is his fifth flop movie from the director Sreenu Vaitla and now his career is in question mark stage. What will he do after delivering these many flops is the biggest question raising in many Telugu audience minds. After the flop of Mister, Sreenu Vaitla asked Ravi Teja to work for a film and he promised that it will be a sure shot hit. But, as expected Amar Akbar Anthony also a biggest flop at box office and become a nightmare to the producers Mytri Movie Makers with the collections report. Let’s have a glance on the closing business details of Amar Akbar Anthony film.

Area Full Run Share (In Crores)

Nizam 1.90

Ceded 0.90

Nellore 0.20

Krishna 0.35

Guntur 0.60

Vishakapatnam 0.65

East Godavari 0.40

West Godavari 0.30

Full Run Share in Telugu States 5.30

Karnataka 0.50

Overseas 0.50

Total Share World-Wide 6.30 Crores

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