Adipurush advance booking: See the box office performance of the Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan, and Kriti Sanon movie.

Adipurush has little competition from other big movies for eight weeks and is causing a stir among moviegoers thanks to its all-star cast and broad appeal.
Adipurush advance booking: See the box office performance of the Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan, and Kriti Sanon movie.

Om Raut's highly awaited mythological film Adipurush, which will be released in two days, is causing a buzz among moviegoers. There has been a great response in advance bookings due to the star-studded cast, which includes Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and Saif Ali Khan.

Adipurush, based on the Indian epic Ramayana, has already made three crore through advance bookings alone, according to industry insiders, signalling a good start.

But, Manobala Vijayabalan recently used Twitter to share a thoughtful analysis of Adipurush's box office earnings from advance reservations. The estimate increases the movie's total gross box office receipts by 3 crore when 150,000 complimentary tickets with an average cost of 200 are taken into consideration.

How to purchase tickets for the film Adipurush, starring Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan, and Kriti Sanon
The movie was made with 500 crore, thus 3 crore is hardly a significant sum, claims the renowned film industry tracker.

According to News18, who states that the film was made with a budget of 700 crore, Adipurush has made 4 crore in the first two days of its advance booking. According to the article, the movie needs to set a lot of records in order to be profitable.

Given its hefty budget, Adipurush's box office success is crucial. The film's profitability will ultimately depend on how well it does at the box office, even though non-theatrical income have already guaranteed sizable recovery. For an eight-week period, the movie has little competition from other significant Hollywood and Bollywood releases, which is fortunate for the creators.

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Several gigs were either sold out, "filling fast," or "nearly full" when we looked at Book My Show for Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, and Bangalore. Tickets for the Kolkata performances were completely sold out, but Hyderabad, where there is only one theatre showing the film with four performances each day, showed more promise.