This weekend saw the box office rebound in a huge way around the world, and it was perhaps the biggest weekend since the epidemic, as audiences in several countries returned in large numbers. The discussion over cinema vs. streaming platforms, which has been raging for months, is likely to come to a conclusion.
Naga Chaitanya’s Love Story even in its second week of release continues to have a strong showing at the box office. Despite the fact that Sai Dharam Tej’s Republic entered the race this week, Love Story has been able to retain its momentum and is attracting a sizable audience to the theatres.
Love Story did well on the eighth and ninth days of its release, according to reports. It earned Rs. 96 lakhs on Saturday at the box office. The numbers went up again on Sunday as the film collected 1cr at the BO. In total, this romance drama grossed more than Rs. 30 crores in ten days all over the world.
Love Story becomes the first major box office hit following the second lockdown, beats Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom at the BO.
Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi star in the film Love Story, which is directed by Shekhar Kammula. Unlike his earlier works, Kammula addressed a number of controversial subjects in this one, including caste inequality and child abuse.