After struggling hard at Indian box office, latest Telugu movie ‘Project Z’ witnessed massive drop in the public response in 2nd week. The movie could not attract big number of audiences in the cinema halls and raked in unsatisfactory earnings by the end of tenth day of release.
Showcasing decent performance after completing one week at India’s box office, the Tollywood offering gained low response from the movie-watchers in domestic arena. Releasing at various famous cities in the Telugu speaking states, the new Telugu celluloid received poor response from the spectators.
In the popular cities like Bengaluru and Bhubaneshwar, C V Kumar’s directorial project faced average occupancy in the cinema halls. Taking a decent start at Andhra Box office, the movie minted an income of Rs 2.30 crore in opening weekend. Public response remained steady for the cinema in initial three days of release.
Experiencing mitigation in the theatre occupancy on following days, the film exhibited poor performance in the week days. Earning very low monetary profit in the later days, the Tollywood flick reported drastic declination in the audiences’ response and minted around 1 crore in last four days of first week.
The movie opened to moderate occupancy in Chennai. It could not agglomerate maximum response from the cinema-watchers as its script failed to entice the mobs gathered in theatres. Continuing with the poor performance, Sundeep Kishan’s latest Telugu film didn’t manage to impress huge audience in Tamil Nadu.
However, the celluloid captivated a good number of spectators in the Telugu speaking regions. Though the celluloid attracted a sufficient number of audience in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, it could not amass the expected earnings in the initial week of release.
The south Indian movie hit screens in the renowned Telugu speaking areas like Guntur, Hyderabad, Karimnagar and Madurai. Driving the attention of minimum people in these regions, the Telugu celluloid did not succeed in bagging the predicted box office collection in 7 days.
Public response for the cinema remained steady in Nizamabad. Lavanya Tripathi starrer Tollywood movie faced similar situation in Ongole. Managing to gain an average response from the movie-watchers in Suryapet, the Telugu offering witnessed moderate occupancy throughout first week of release.
Failing to grow business in the first week, the Telugu movie received stagnant response in Tangutur. Hitting screens in the cinema halls located in Thorrur, the film could not jump to the next level of total earnings. However, the Indian movie culminated its overall business with the addition of income pocketed by gaining sufficient response in Vijayawada.
Grabbing very less attention of the film-watchers in Vizag and Vikarabad, the romantic comedy celluloid conglomerated poor box office collection in initial week. Though the movie performed well in Telugu speaking states of India, it dragged very few audiences in the theatres situated in Warangal and Ceded.