Director Mani Ratnam’s magnum opus ‘Ponniyin Selvan 1’, which relies on eminent author Kalki’s literary basic by the identical title, has grossed a whopping sum of Rs 200 crore worldwide to date, its makers introduced on Monday.
Lyca Productions, which has collectively produced the critically acclaimed superhit movie together with director Mani Ratnam’s Madras Talkies, on Monday, together with a poster that stated the movie had grossed Rs 200 crore worldwide, tweeted: “Marching on and making historical past! We lengthen our heartfelt gratitude to all of the viewers who’ve been showering us with love! Catch #PS1 in theatres close to you!”
The movie has managed to rake in this large quantity in simply three days. The movie has already entered historical past books by changing into the movie with the most important ever opening in Tamil cinema.
The movie grossed a worldwide sum of over Rs 80 crore on its very first day.
‘Ponniyin Selvan 1’, which had triggered large expectations, launched on Friday a lot to the delight of followers and obtained a thunderous welcome from audiences.
The movie appears to have struck a chord with audiences of all age teams. The movie has caught the eye of senior residents in specific, as it’s primarily based on the literary basic by Kalki.
Several senior residents who had given up the practise of going to theatres at the moment are making an exception in the case of this movie as they’re keen to look at the basic on display screen.
‘Ponniyin Selvan’, the primary a part of which launched on Friday, is a narrative primarily based on the early lifetime of prince Arun Mozhi Varman, who later went on to be often known as the good Raja Chozhan.
Called by Mani Ratnam as his dream mission, the movie incorporates a host of high stars together with actors Vikram, Aishwarya Rai, Trisha, Karthi, Jayam Ravi, Jayaram, Parthiban, Lal, Vikram Prabhu, Jayaram, Prabhu and Prakash Raj.
The movie is among the many most costly tasks ever undertaken in the nation and relies on the Tamil basic ‘Ponniyin Selvan’ by eminent author Kalki.
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