After eleven days at the Box Office, KGF Chapter 2 is now the 6th highest-grossing Indian film of all time. Starring Yash in the lead role, the film has done extremely well again during its second weekend.
KGF 2 storm
Prashanth Neel’s magnum opus film has successfully created a box office storm with his vision in KGF Chapter 2, and it’s hard to guess where the film will stop its collections.
The Yash starrer KGF Chapter 2 continues its dream run at the box office and with collections of Rs 900 crore has become the sixth highest-grossing Indian movie, going past Aamir Khan’s PK which had earned Rs 854 crore worldwide. Also, going by the global box office charts, KGF: Chapter 2 is the world’s fifth highest-grossing film last weekend.
It is no doubt that KGF 2 has taken the box office by storm. The film hit the theatres on April 14 and has been breaking several records at the box office.
According to trade analyst Ramesh Bala, KGF: Chapter 2 has collected Rs 900 crore at the box office. He wrote, “As you can see in the chart below, @comscore hasn’t included domestic (North America) Box office data since last weekend for #KGFChapter2 If we include that, #KGFChapter2 has crossed ₹ 900 crs..”
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) April 25, 2022
1000 crore mark
Looking at the recent scenario, the film is just 100 crores away from joining the elite club of 1000 crores led by Dangal, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, and RRR.
As of now, KGF Chapter 2 is the 6th highest-grossing Indian film (worldwide) behind Secret Superstar (966.86 crores), Bajrangi Bhaijaan (969.06 crores), RRR (1108 crores), Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (1800 crores) and Dangal (2034.35 crores). With a solid given pace, KGF 2 is to join the club of 1000 club very soon.
With over 50 crores coming in the second weekend, it speaks loud and clear that there is a lot of energy left for the film and it won’t be stopping any time soon. Despite Runway 34 and Heropanti 2 coming this weekend, KGF Chapter 2 will continue to keep its winning run going for at least two more weeks before it settles down.
In India alone, the film has made a whopping collection of 623 crores and is eyeing to take over RRR‘s numbers.