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Vishwaroopam box office collection is Rs 200 crores worldwide says Pooja Kumar

Chennai, Mar 7 (): Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam has reportedly garnered around Rs. 200 crore worldwide at box office. The news was revealed by actress Pooja Kumar, who plays Kamal’s wife in the movie, at a concert in New Jersey.

Pooja was taking part at the Ilayaraja musical concert held in New Jersey recently; she said at the event that Vishwaroopam has so far collected Rs. 200 crores worldwide. If the statement given by Pooja is true, then the Kamal-starrer might rank among the top in Indian films at the box-office collections chart.

In the Top 5 Tollywood box office gross, Vishwaroopam stands second, with Enthiran holding the first place. Shivaji takes the third place, while Thuppakki takes the fourth place. The fifth place is shared by three films 7aam Arivu, Dasavatharam and Nanban.

Even though Kamal starrer Vishwaroopam could not break the record of Rajini starrer Enthiran in Kollywood box office, the film has broken the collections of Endhiran in North India. Vishwaroopam is now the first Tamil film to show more collections in the North.

Vishwaroopam, spy-thriller movie features Kamal Haasan in lead role, Rahul Bose, Andrea Jeremiah and Oscar award-winning filmmaker Shekhar Kapur playing pivotal roles. The movie hit the silver screen on February 7 in Tamil Nadu. The Hindi version of the film titled ‘Vishwaroop’ released in North India on February 1st.

The spy thriller film was last released in Malaysia on 28th February, almost a month after facing a ban. But the film is still hitting exceptional figures at the Malaysian box offices. The overall five days collection of the film now stands at Rs 1.9 crore at the Malaysian box office.

Produced at a huge budget of Rs.95 crores, Vishwaroopam has been running successfully all over the world. Few days back, Kamal himself has acknowledged that the film had collected Rs.100 crores world-wide and had thanked his fans and movie-goers across the globe for their continued patronage of the film.