Kantara will go down in Indian film history because of the magic it created on the big screen. There is no denying that, unless you have seen the film, words cannot adequately convey the experience it offers. You may best characterize this movie as giving you chills. The creator of the epic, Rishab Shetty, plays the male lead in the movie. People are raving about him for the incredible job he did portray the role and capturing the culture, traditions, and dancing in the film. The movie's popularity has continuously grown since it first came out. The film, which stars Kannada, is having an exceptional run and is on track to earn more than Rs 400 crore nett at the box office.
The theatrical run of Kantara in India has completed even weeks and is still going strong. Today marks the film's 50th day of release, and the daily receipts continue to be in the millions. It surpassed Baahubali 2's previous record of Rs. 11 crores by taking in a record-breaking Rs. 24 crores plus in its seventh week, setting yet another weekly record. Beginning with the fifth week, the movie now holds three consecutive weekly records. With 344 crores already earned, the film's overall box office receipts in India are getting close to 350 crores. For a total worldwide revenue of Rs. 377 crores, it has earned an additional Rs. 33 crores in foreign markets, and it may aim for Rs. 400 crores by the time it is finished.
Kantara is performing extraordinarily well in spite of fierce competition from Bollywood and fresh releases every Friday. The movie was released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam in the middle of October as a result of positive word-of-mouth. Along with Kantara Hindi, new Bollywood films like Phone Bhoot, Ram Setu, Thank God, Mili, Double XL, and Uunchai have also been left behind.
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