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Devil Day 1 Box Office Collections — A very ordinary start

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Devil Day 1 box office collections have a very ordinary start. Kalyan Ram’s Devil has chosen a risky release date. The film was released in theaters just one week after the release of Salaar, and the upcoming Sankranthi is packed with multiple films. The film has been made with a very high budget of 45Cr. Devil Day 1 box office collections have a very ordinary start. 

The film’s Satellite and Digital rights are said to be fetched 25Cr. Devil needs to collect 20Cr+ share worldwide from theatricals to achieve the break-even mark. It is a considerable amount for a hero like Kalyan Ram.

The film Devil opened with average – above average word of mouth and reviews. If the movie had a good buzz, this might have been sufficient to put good numbers on the weekend and become a big hit . But Devil failed to create good buzz before the release, resulting in a poor opening.

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Devil the Movie is expected to open with around 2Cr share worldwide, which marks around just a 10% recovery. To be a safe venture, it should witness a massive jump over the weekend in the next three days. If the movie fails to see a jump, then it will be a loss venture.

Devil is a period drama set in the British era. In this film, Samyuktha is the heroine, and Kalyan Ram portrays the role of a British agent. Malavika Nair plays a crucial role in the movie. Abhishek’s picture is the banner behind the Devil. Srikanth Vissa provided the film’s story and dialogues. Soundarajan handled the cinematography. Gandhi Nadikudikar dealt with the artwork. Harshavardhan Rameshwar scored the music. 

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