Day 30, Kantara continues to stand tall and has a total collection of 217 crores. Kantara Hindi is also roaring in the theatres. Despite the big Diwali releases by Bollywood, Kantara is not stepping back. Kantara (Hindi) is the third-highest dubbed grosser of 2022, overtaking the lifetime score of Karthikeya 2 (Hindi).
Theatres were busy with big releases like Ram Setu, Thank God, and Black Adam. Despite that, Kantara has maintained steady growth and a handsome box-office collection.
Kantara Hindi Box Office Collection
Kantara Hindi released on 14th October achieved a new milestone by beating Ponniyin Selvan: Part 1’s lifetime collection in Hindi. Even after 14 days in theatres, Kantara continues to dominate the box office figures.
Kantara Hindi has opened with a grand collection of 1.27 crores. In the Hindi market, Kantara earned 2.75 crores on the second day, followed by 3.5 crores. In the second week, Kantara Hindi collected over Rs. 31.7 crores.
After the reduction in the ticket rate, the film saw an amazing jump of 40% to 50% in the collection.
It collected a net of 1.75 crores on Monday, 1.88 crores on Tuesday, and 1.95 crores on Wednesday thereby establishing a steady growth. Continuing the pace, the film collected 1.90 crores on Thursday, followed by a grand jump of 2.05 crores on Friday. On Saturday its box office collection marked 2.55 crores.
Kantara Total Box Office Collection
The total box office collection of Kantara stands at 217 crores. Here is how the territorial breakdown of the box office collections of Kantara stands so far:
Karnataka – Rs. 131.50 crores
AP/TS – Rs. 35.50 crores
Tamil Nadu – Rs. 4.50 crores
Kerala – Rs. 5.50 crores
North India – Rs. 40 crores; Total – Rs. 217 crores
The Box Office South India has tweeted;
Kantara has also made its position at No 1 in the list of India’s Current Top 250 Films. A list that was recently released by IMDb. Not only this, but the Kannada version of the film has also entered the Rs 100-crore club.
Written and directed by Rishab Shetty, Kantara is the story of the issue of land politics and man vs nature. It has been narrated in three timelines. In 1847, a powerful king gifted indigenous people of the coastal region land. The villagers settled peacefully.
In 1970 the king’s descendant who is now the landlord became greedy and wanted the land back. His desires were left unfulfilled as he met sudden death and peace returned to the village. Now in 1990, the landlord is compassionate, and his son, Shiva a carefree man who doesn’t care about the past.
Things spur when a new forest officer, Murali, wants to restore law and is reluctant to abide by local customs and traditions.