Power star Pawan Kalyan’s “Gabbar Singh” is most talked about film in Tollywood as audiences flock to cinemas. The film is declared as a blockbuster and Tollywood is witnessing new record collections week after week as the movie sets the cash registers ringing. In fact, “Gabbar Singh” is on the cusp of becoming the highest grosser in Telugu cinema history as the film competes with the likes of “Dookudu” and “Magadheera” in terms of collections.
Pawan Kalyan earlier scored smash hits like “Khushi”, “Tammudu”, “Bhadri”, “Toli Prema”, etc. but that was early in his career. He took a gap of two years after “Khushi” to make “Johnny” but this gap has proved to be costly for the actor as the film was a colossal flop. His follow ups films like “Gudumba Shankar”, “Balu”, “Bangaram”, “Annavaram” were disappointing too. “Jalsa” was only a respite from his flop streaks as the film was only critically acclaimed for the songs. His subsequent movies “Komaram Puli”, “Teenmaar” and “Panjaaa” tanked at the box office signaling that the actor is over due for success.
Box Office Collections@ 3 weeks run :
In comes “Gabbar Singh”, and the film has shattered all the previous Tollywood box office records as Pawan Kalyan once again proves that he’s the undisputed box office king. Reports say that the power-packed film has already collected around 62 crores in just three weeks run and the exhibitors are about to rake in the moolah in the weeks to come. Industry analysts predict that “Gabbar Singh” will comfortably beat the collections records of “Dookudu and “Magadheera”.
Gabbar Singh joined $1Million club by crossing $1Million reported gross in US. This is a great honor for a Tollywood movie in US since so far only one Tollywood movie crossed this mark and even normally a few of Bollywood movies crossed $1M mark in US. So far it is standing as the 2nd highest grosser in US Telugu market.
No doubt “Magadheera” and “Dookudu” remain to be Ram Charan and Mahesh Babu’s best ever films in their careers. So, “Gabbar Singh” is Pawan Kalyan’s best ever film.