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‘The Kerala Story’ enters 100 crore club, will it break the record of ‘The Kashmir Files’?

The film ‘The Kerala Story’, directed by Sudipto Sen, has collected Rs 137 crores in 10 days. In this way, the film has broken the record of many recently released films. The way the film’s earning trend is looking, it is being speculated that it can break the record of Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Kashmir Files’.

The film ‘The Kerala Story’, based on sensitive issues like love jihad, conversion and terrorism, has done wonders at the box office despite all the protests and controversies. The film has collected Rs 137 crores in just 10 days after its release. If we look at the performance of recently released Bollywood films at the box office, then these figures are surprising, because most of the films are unable to even recover their cost. But this film, made in a budget of 40 crores, recovered its cost in 4 days itself. At the moment it has become a super hit and is on its way to become a blockbuster.

The film ‘The Kerala Story’, directed by Sudipto Sen, has collected Rs 24 crores on the 10th day of its release. Earlier, the film’s opening day collection was Rs 8.03 crore. The film collected Rs 11.22 crore on Day 2, Rs 16.40 crore on Day 3, Rs 10.07 crore on Day 4, Rs 11.14 crore on Day 5, Rs 12 crore on Day 6, Rs 12.5 crore on Day 7, Rs 12.35 crore on Day 8, Rs 19.50 crore on Day 9. Have earned. In this way, the total earning of the film has been Rs 137 crores till now. The first weekend collection of the film is Rs 81.14 crore. Its collection is much higher than Salman Khan’s film ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’, which was released a week before. ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’ has collected only Rs 109 crores after 21 days of release.

The film ‘The Kerala Story’ is being compared to the blockbuster film ‘The Kashmir Files’ of the same category. Based on the massacre of Hindus in the Kashmir Valley and the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, this film surprised film pundits with its earnings. Because there was no discussion of this film till the time of its release, but due to its subject, it gradually became popular among the people. Along with this, its box office collection also increased. Made in a budget of Rs 20 crore, the film had a box office collection of Rs 341 crore. Which is 17 times more than its cost. The collection trend of this film was the same as that of ‘The Kerala Story’ at this time. Both the films have a great performance from weekend to weekdays. The earning pattern of both is the same.

Mouth publicity plays a very important role in the success of a film. The audience had a huge contribution in making the film ‘The Kashmir Files’ a blockbuster. Even though one side was opposing it by calling it a propaganda film, but the other side was continuously campaigning in its support. After watching the film, people were appealing to watch it by sharing pictures and videos. Were writing positive reviews in its favor. Some political parties were also in its support. Because of this, the film was also made tax free in many states. Similarly, despite all the opposition, people are supporting ‘The Kerala Story’ wholeheartedly. Describing it as an important film, the governments of Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and UP have made it tax free. However, the film is banned in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu.

The popularity of a film is known by its IMDb rating. People give their ratings here after watching the film. Like ‘The Kashmir Files’, the rating of ‘The Kerala Story’ on IMDb is also excellent. It has been 10 days since the film was released. Its rating is 7.8. It has been rated by 45 thousand users so far. Out of this, 37 thousand users i.e. 82.1 percent have given 10 out of 10 rating. At the same time, 4.6 thousand users i.e. 10.2 percent have given a rating of 1 out of 10. Similarly, the IMDb rating of ‘The Kashmir Files’ is 8.7. Very few films get such a rating. Only blockbuster movies get more than 8 ratings, which are very much liked by the audience. In this way, it can be said that the condition of ‘The Kerala Story’ is slightly weaker than ‘The Kashmir Files’. It is difficult to break his record.

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