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Box office collection : Attarintiki Daredi collects 35 crore in one week

Hyderabad, Oct 4 (): Pawan Kalyan’s Attarintiki Daredi has shattered all the existing records with its 1st week outstanding collections. The Trivikram’s directorial has collected around 35 crores (share) revenue in its first week in Andhra Pradesh while the worldwide collections of Attarintiki Daredi would touch around 47 crores.

Though, Attarintiki Daredi had been released in a hurry on Sept. 27 to overcome its illegal online leak, it has proved a success everywhere in the domestic circuits as well as in the overseas market.

Moreover, the collections of Attarintiki Daredi has recorded highest collections ever and smashed all the existing records by huge margins. The film has surpassed Ram Charan-starrer Magadheera, which was released in July 2009.

The film has set a new record for the first day collections in all the release centres and has created history now by becoming the highest grosser at the box office in Telugu cinema in the first week.

Attarintiki Daredi came as a relief for all the viewers and movie theatre owners who were starving for hit movies for a while because of political confusion in the state.

Due to Telugana issues, Pawan Kalyan’s “Attarintiki Daredi” is witnessing significant decline in its collections at the Seemandhra region, in spite of it the movie continues to dominate at the Andhra Pradesh box office.

The area wise break up of Attarintiki Daredi one week collections are here:

Nizam -13.10cr

Ceeded -6.35cr

Nellore -1.51cr

Guntur -3.20cr

Krishna -2.42cr

West -2.20cr

East -2.62cr

UA -3.65cr

Attarintiki Daredi first week total collections in AP : 35.05 cr

Attarintiki Daredi is creating wonders at the box office as the movie has received a whooping response from all centres. It has also emerged as the biggest grosser in overseas markets too. Trade analysts has said that stellar performance of Pawan Kalyan, Trivikram’s witty and emotional one-liners and Devi Sri Prasad’s music made this achievement possible.