The Warriorr Telugu Movie Box Office Collections World Wide Day Wise

The Warriorr Telugu Movie Box Office Collections: The Warriorr, the much-anticipated action drama starring energetic star Ram, was released yesterday, July 14, 2022, with enormous expectations, and the film has received a massive response from both the audience and critics. However, in terms of numbers, this film impressed with its opening as Ram’s previous outing Red collected around 6.7 crores on its first day, which was the best opening in Ram’s career, and now The Warriorr has shattered that number as the film has registered on its first day around 7.1 crores, which marks the career-best number in Ram’s career till now. However, the film requires a lot of money to break even, so let’s hope it does well at the box office in the coming days.

The Warriorr Telugu Movie Box Office Collections

 

The Warriorr Telugu Movie Box Office Collections World Wide Day Wise

Day Wise Gross Share
Day 1 Rs12.2crores Rs 8.73 crores
Day 2 6.35 crores 3.83 crores
Day 3 4.35 crores 2.63 crores
Day 4 6.1 crores 3.31 crores
Day 5 1.7 crores 0.93 crores
Day 6 1.35 crores  0.74 crores
Day 7 1.15 crores o.59 crores
Total Collection Rs 33.2 crores Rs 20.76 crores

Cast & Crew

Ram Pothineni, Krithi Shetty, Aadhi Pinnishetty, Akshara Gowda, Nadhiya Moidu, and the film was directed by Lingusamy, while cinematography was handled by Sujith Vasudev, music has composed by Devi Sri Prasad and the film produced by Srinivasaa Chitturi.

Movie Name The Warriorr
Cast Leads Ram Pothineni, Krithi Shetty, Aadhi Pinnishetty, Akshara Gowda, Nadhiya Moidu
Director Lingusamy
Producer Srinivasaa Chitturi
Written by Lingusamy
Music Devi Sri Prasad
DOP Sujith Vasudev

The Warriorr Pre-Release Business

In spite of the positive reviews, The Warriorr only made around 7.1 crores on its first day, according to industry sources. This is still the best pre-release business for Ram in his career. However, the has done a pre-release business of around 44 crores for that film needs a lot of money to break even, so we can only hope it does well at the box office as well as it has at the theatre.

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