With Rs 35-cr opening day earnings, ‘Vikrant Rona’ heads for big league

‘Vikrant Rona’: After back-to-back duds from Bollywood, Sandalwood actor Kichcha Sudeep’s “Vikrant Rona” lifted the box office with a worldwide opening day haul of Rs 35.35 crore (which was more than the total opening weekend haul of the Ranbir Kapoor-starring “Shamshera”).

“Vikrant Rona,” a superhero 3D movie produced in Kannada, Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil, was released on 2,500 screens worldwide on Thursday (as opposed to 5,250 for “Shamshera”) and seemed to be on track to follow in the footsteps of other South Indian pan-India productions that had the cash registers ringing nonstop.

‘Vikrant Rona’

Its opening-day performance is the second best for a Kannada movie, trailing only the fantastic “K.G.F.: Chapter 2,” which launched at Rs 164.5 crore. Nevertheless, it does better than “James,” “K.G.F.: Chapter 1,” and the dog movie “777 Charlie,” in that order.

‘Vikrant Rona’ has been able to connect with both families and the younger generation thanks to its unique sights and special effects. According to reviews, the fictional superhero movie is both well-made and relatable.

The VFX effects for “Vikrant Rona” were created by more than 800 artists, according to the film’s creators. Anup Bhandari, who did a fantastic job behind the camera, has created a visually stunning film.

Following Prabhas, Allu Arjun, Ram Charan, Jr. N.T.R., and Yash, Kichcha Sudeep is the next Indian actor to turn on the southern charm for fans across the country. Children may imitate Sudeep because of his mannerisms and swagger.

The upbeat “Vikrant Rona” song “Ra Ra Rakkamma,” which stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Kichcha Sudeep, has also contributed to drawing crowds to theatres. The song “Ra Ra Rakkamma,” performed by Sunidhi Chauhan and Nakash Aziz, has received millions of views on social media.

Vikrant Rona, directed by Anup Bhandari and stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari, and Neetha Ashok, is produced by Salman Khan Films, Zee Studios, and Kichcha Creations.

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