Petta Box office collection in Tamil Nadu, Worldwide: Rajinikanth film creates this 'magnanimous record'
Petta Box Office Collection: Petta starring Rajinikanth, Vijay Sethupathi, and Nawazuddin Siddiqui and directed by Karthik Subbaraj done well at box offices on day 1 by earning Rs 23 crore in Tamil Nadu alone. Though the film is facing stiff competition from Ajith's Viswasam in Tamil, the movie has done better than Viswasam at overseas box offices.
Petta Box Office Collection: Record in the USA
Petta box office collection has crossed $1 million figure in the USA in just two days making it Rajinikanth's seventh film to do so. "Superstar Rajinikanth has the second highest no. of $1 million movies for any Tamil hero in the USA - 7: 1. Sivaji, 2. Enthiran, 3. Lingaa, 4. Kabali, 5. Kaala, 6. 2Point0, 7. Petta," said film critic and trade analyst Ramesh Bala.
Petta Box Office Collection: Rajinikanth vs Mahesh Babu
Petta Box Office Collection: Now, Rajinikanth is just one movie behind from equalling the record of Mahesh Babu whose eight movies had crossed $1 million magic figure. "Among South Indian heroes, Superstar @urstrulyMahesh (Mahesh Babu) has the most number of $1 Million grossers at the #USA Box office - 8 1. #Dookudu, 2. #SVSC, 3. #1Nenokkadine, 4. #Aagadu, 5. #Srimanthudu, 6. #Brahmotsavam, 7. #SPYder, 8. #BharatAneNenu," said Bala.
Petta Box Office Collection in Tamil Nadu: Rs 23 crore
Petta Box Office Collection: According to film critic and trade analyst Girish Johar, the Rajinikanth film has earned Rs 23 crore in Tamil Nadu alone. "GOOD TIMES FOR SOUTH BO !!!! Both the Pongal Release ROCK !!!! As per trends Day 1 Aprox Estimates #Petta Worldwide - 48Cr & #TamilNadu - 23Cr, #Viswasam Worldwide - 43Crs & #TamilNadu - 26 crs," said Johar.
Petta Box Office Collection: Chennai
The Rajinikanth film has received good reviews with ratings between three to four stars. The movie takes back the Rajinikanth fans to 90's era. To begin with Rajini is a boisterous hostel warden who plays Uncle Cupid to a young couple. In the second half the plot simply takes off, creating a badland of bloodshed and retribution where bullets and bombs pelt down in a devastating tale of caste and communal wars.