Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna’s intense romantic drama, Dear Comrade, released on July 26 amid a lot of positive buzz. Thanks to the craze and the positive reviews from critics and fans, the film registered the best opening weekend collections in Vijay Deverakonda’s career.
However, Dear Comrade failed to click at the box-office from its first Monday. The film never picked up during the weekdays, and its day-to-day collections witnessed big drops. On the whole, Dear Comrade ended up as a loss making venture for its buyers.
Below is Dear Comrade’s pre-release business amount and the area-wise closing collections:
Sold For Share collected
Nizam – Rs 7.5 Cr Rs 8.80 Cr (including GST)
Ceded – Rs 3.25 Cr Rs 2.10 Cr (including GST)
Uttarandhra – Rs 2.40 Cr Rs 2.27 Cr (including GST)
East – Rs 1.60 Cr Rs 1.58 Cr (including GST)
Nellore – Rs 75 lakhs Rs 62 lakhs (including GST)
Kerala – Rs 1.50 Cr
Tamil Nadu – Rs 1 Cr Rs 3 Cr
Karnataka – Rs 3.8 Cr
Dear Comrade’s distributors lost nearly 30 percent losses in the Guntur, Krishna and West Godavari areas.
In Tamil Nadu, the film collected Rs 1.60 crores in North and South Arcot and Chengalpattu areas. The film collected another Rs 1 crore in Chennai, Madhurai and the Rest of Tamil Nadu.
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