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Uttama Villain and Ganga First Weekend Box Office Collection

Uttama Villain and Ganga First Weekend Box Office Collection

The Kamal Haasan starrer film Uttama Villain a Tamil movie had a good opening. Apart from the Tamil, the movie was also dubbed in Telugu, which was able to attract good amount of Telugu crowd towards the theatre. Thanks to the incredible amount of buzz the movie was able to create in the media, which helped the film to get a decent opening. Uttama Villain was released in around 250 screens all over the states – Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

With the release of Ganga on the other side, the Kamal Haasan was seen with stiff competition. This has certainly hampered the collection of the film, which went to a decent. As per reports, the Uttama Villain First Weekend Box Office Collection tolled to around 2.80 crores. The experts are expecting a similar kind of pace in box office collection in the two states. Another reason why the movie is able to beat it competitor is that this film is not everyone, which can be called a movie for a niche audience.

Now, talking about the movie Ganga, which hit the theatres the same day proved out to be a big competitor of Uttama Villain. As per reports, the movie starring Raghava Lawarence and Tapsi was released in around 550 screen sin both the states (Andhra & Telangana). The movie witnessed a good pre release buzz, thanks to a good amount of booking, which were carried out by the audience made a hit in comparison to the Kamal Haasan starrer film Uttama Villain.

As per reports, Uttama Villain First Weekend Box Office Collection tolled to around to 8.10 crores. The trade pundits are expecting to see a good collection from this film, which the other Tamil movie would fail to prosper over the box office. As per reports, the first day and other days in the weekend too even witnessed a occupancy report up to 80 to 90 percent. These include both the multiplexes and the single screens. The first day collection was around 2 crores, which increased in the coming first weekend for the film.

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