Aravinda Sametha First Day Collections; Shattered US Box Office

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Maatala Manthrikudu Trivikram Srinivas’ latest venture Aravinda Sametha features Jr NTR and Pooja Hedge in lead roles. The film has opened on a terrific note with huge collections. The film has gotten positive reviews from all around the industry, even critics praised the film. The official box office collections for the film is certain which is relied upon to round up gigantic figures at the Box Office. Advance booking of tickets for Aravinda Sametha has been sold out for this whole week.

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The US premier which started from Wednesday night and it collected $797366 net from 225 areas. With different zones collections unrevealed, the film is relied upon to enter $800k just with its premiers. Aravinda Sametha crossed Rangasthalam and Bharat Anu Nenu Premiers records which collected $725k and $850K respectively. Overwhelmed by The Response NTR Took Twitter and expressed his joy by saying “Overwhelmed by the response for # ASVR. Thank you for all the love. This success wouldn’t have been possible without #Trivikram garu, whose focus and determination drove us all. Thank you, sir.”

aravinda sametha first day collections; shattered us box office

Junior NTR Last Two Ventures Scored very well at US Premieres, Now Aranda Sametha joins the list. On another hand, Trade Expert Taran Adarsh shared first-day collection report through his twitter account, ” Jr NTR Sets the Box Office Fire #telugufilm #aravindasametha embarks on fantastic start in the USA …A Mid Week Release. yet a star packs a punch with his new outing.. wed reviews $791021 / 218 locations (5.3crore). Trade experts expecting that the film will be collected 100 crores by the weekend.

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