Box Office: Hridayam going strong in Fourth weekend; To cross 50 crores worldwide today

Updated on Feb 14, 2022   |  08:38 PM IST  |  227.1K
Hridayam going strong in Fourth weekend (image courtesy of Merryland cinemas)
Hridayam going strong in Fourth weekend (image courtesy of Merryland cinemas)

Hridayam has another solid weekend at the box office, pumping in Rs. 1 crore approx on Friday and Saturday in its fourth week. The drop in collections from the last week is just 50 per cent for the two days. The Sunday cinema lockdown in Kerala is lifted this week, so the overall drop this weekend will be close to 15 per cent. The coming of age drama starring Pranav Mohanlal has grossed over Rs. 28.70 crores approx in India and just shy of Rs. 50 crores worldwide. If overseas actuals come higher than estimates, it is very likely that collections be over Rs. 50 crores as of yesterday, but without any doubt will cross the mark today. This will be a first for the lead actor, while nine other films from Mollywood have gone over the half-century mark. Earlier last week the film became the biggest grosser for Pranav worldwide, it is now the biggest grosser in Kerala as well. The film has grossed Rs. 24 crores plus in Kerala so far, also becoming the second biggest grosser Post CoVID in the state. 

The box office collections of Hridayam at the Indian box office are as follows:

Week One - Rs. 16.30 crores

Week Two - Rs. 6.70 crores

Week Three - Rs. 4.70 crores approx

4th Friday - Rs. 35 lakhs

4th Saturday - Rs. 65 lakhs

Total - Rs. 28.70 crores

There were a couple of new releases, but the film remained unaffected as collections hardly dropped from Thursday on Friday. Saturday recorded a big jump in collections, doubling from Friday. Sunday shall see some growth in collections as well and then Monday will also be boosted due to Valentine’s day, giving the film a strong fourth week. Next week will see the release of Mohanlal senior’s Neyyattinkara Gopante Aaraattu and Hridayam will be debuting on Disney+. This mean there will be a drop in collections and film will probably be closing its run. It will comfortably cross Rs. 30 crores mark in India, probably winding up at Rs. 31 crores. The film is a big Blockbuster and started 2022 on a high note for Mollywood. 

ALSO READ: Understanding why we need Hindi dubbed South Indian releases

About The Author

Jatinder joined Pinkvilla in December 2021. He covers the film and media business, with a particular focus on South Indi... Read more

Credits: Pinkvilla

For the latest Bollywood news, Telugu news, entertainment exclusives, gossip, movie reviews, and more, follow the Pinkvilla website and YouTube channel, or head to our social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram!

Top Comments
There are no comments in this article yet. Be first to post one!