The Ghost Movie Box Office Collections: In its final run, Akkineni Nagarjuna’s previous film, “Bangarraju,” brought in almost 49 crores. The Ghost, an action comedy starring Nagarjuna, was released in theatres yesterday with good reviews in Telugu. The film did well at the box office, earning over 5.1 crores in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on its opening day. Godfather had a strong opening day worldwide, earning almost 6.5 crores, which is a wonderful start for Akkineni Nagarjuna’s movie. Let’s hope the Ghost movie does well at the box office because it needs a lot of viewers to break even.
The Ghost Movie Box Office Collections World Wide Day Wise
|Day 1||Rs 11.9 Crores||Rs 6.5 crores|
|Total Collection||Rs 11.9 crores||Rs 6.5 crores|
Cast & Crew
Akkineni Nagarjuna plays the protagonist role in the film The Ghost; other notable actors include Anikha Surendran, Gul Panag, Sonal Chauhan, Manish Chaudhari, Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyenger, and Bilal Hossein. Praveen Sattaru wrote and directed this film, and Suniel Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, Narayan Das Narang, and Sharat Marar produced it. Mukesh G is in charge of the cinematography, and Bharatt-Saurabh is in charge of the music.
|Movie Name||The Ghost|
|Cast Leads||Akkineni Nagarjun, Anikha Surendran, Gul Panag, Sonal Chauhan, Manish Chaudhari, Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyenger, Bilal Hossein|
|Producer||Suniel Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, Narayan Das Narang, Sharat Marar|
|Written by||Praveen Sattaru|
The Ghost Movie Pre-Release Business
Due to favorable reviews from both audiences and reviewers, the movie Ghost has been performing admirably at the box office. The Ghost movie had a respectable first day box office earnings of roughly 5.1 crores in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and 6.5 crores globally, which is a good start for Akkineni Nagarjuna’s picture. According to assessments from several cinema analysts, this movie did a respectable pre-release business of around 21.10 crores, which is a milestone in Nagarjuna’s career. The Ghost must bring in more than 22 crores to break even; let’s hope it has a successful run in theatres and does so on schedule.