Vikrant Rona outperforms Shamshera

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The reign of South Indian films at the Indian box office continues.

This trend continues with the new film Vikrant Rona’s strong performance at the theatres.

The film was released on Thursday (July 28) in 3D and 2D formats in multiple languages.

Within just three days of its release, it has outperformed Ranbir Kapoor’s film Shamshera which opened to mixed reviews.

Here’s how Vikrant Rona performed on Day 3.


‘Vikrant Rona’ earned Rs. 60cr within two days.

Previously titled Phantom, Vikrant Rona was reportedly released across over 3,000 screens but received mixed reviews.

Despite this, it opened strongly, bagging a fantastic 35 crores  on Day 1 and 60 crores within two days.

It reached 80 crores by the third day!

This is great for the movie, as experts also predict it will go on to join the Rs. 100cr club quite soon.

Comparison with Shamshera

‘Shamshera’ had more screens, hype compared to ‘Vikrant Rona’.

The Ranbir Kapoor starrer was released on July 22 across 5,250 screens, as per reports.

However, it was able to collect only Rs. 31cr during the first three days of its release.

In comparison to Vikrant Rona, which grossed Rs. 60cr worldwide by Day 2, Shamshera has reportedly managed to earn 60 crores globally in nine days.

Vikrant Rona was reportedly allotted 450 screens in Karnataka.

It has had the biggest-ever opening for a film starring Kichcha Sudeep.

Trade analysts say it will surpass the Rs. 100cr milestone by Day 4.

It is currently the seventh highest-grossing Kannada film of all time.

Experts predict it will eventually become the third-highest Kannada grosser ever—just behind KGF: Chapter 2 and KGF: Chapter 1.

Besides Sudeep, Vikrant Rona stars Nirup Bhandari, Neetha Ashok and Jacqueline Fernandez, among others.

It is a fictional action-adventure film written and directed by Anup Bhandari.

Ajaneesh Loknath is its music composer, while Ashik Kusugolli and William David helmed the film’s editing and cinematography, respectively.

It is currently screening in theaters across the country in multiple languages, including Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi.


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