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Nani’s Dasara remains as record opening for tier 2 heroes

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Nani’s Dasara which was released in March this year created a record for the opening for tier 2 heroes. The film went on to become a good blockbuster at the box office by collecting over 61 Crores share worldwide. Since the release of Dasara, no film of any other tier 2 hero was able to break the record.

Nani’s superb performance in Dasara was well-supported with the natural portrayal of Keerthy Suresh and Deekshit Shetty. The director of the film, Srikanth Odela’s natural depiction of rural Telangana and well-crafted emotional as well as action sequences, became the real highlights of the movie.

With Dasara Nani put a massive number of 19.3Cr share worldwide and 13.28Cr opening in the Telugu states which is an all-time record for tier 2 films. Vijay Devarakonda’s Kushi which has been released today was expected to break this record, but it does not even come closer to the numbers of Dasara. Now the next chance to create the opening record for Ram Pothineni with Skanda which did massive business.

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Kushi was off to a very slow start in Telugu states and picked the momentum and witnessed a big jump in the evening and night shows in A Centers. Overall, it received good openings in A Centers but in B&C it was just okay range. In overseas, the film was off to a good start. Overall, the film did get a decent – good start at the box office.

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