Vangaveeti Box Office Collection: With the creative touch from the well-known director Ram Gopal Verma comes with a political drama Vangaveeti which is written and directed by the talented man himself. Released at the theatres on 23rd December, this movie is based on the life of politician Vangaveeti Mohana Ranga, and his brother Vangaveeti Radha Krishna and their issues with the communist-dominated Vijayawada of the 1980s Andhra Pradesh. The movie Vangaveeti throws light upon the caste war and political setback that took place in Vijayawada during the early 70s and 80s. Getting a positive feedback from the audience and the critics the movie has been doing phenomenal and Vangaveeti box office collection till now seems to be the proof of the statement. Let us have a look at the 7th day box office collection of Vangaveeti and find out how this Telugu political drama flick has been raising the eyebrows of many with its stark representation of a real event that shook Andhra Pradesh.
Vangaveeti 7th Day Box Office Collection
Vangaveeti released in over 1,300 screens in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, and with an occupancy rate of 86% on its first day, the 7th-day box office collection of the film settled to around 65 lakhs. However, Vangaveeti box office collection which was 1.12 crores on its second day, this apparent drop in the collection was due to the weekday blues along with the fact that the target audience were limited due to the strong theme of the political flick. Even though the direction of the film was highly commendable along with the strong dialogues that brought out the intensity of the drama by the actors, the movie somehow did not have the consistency of the strong grip that it aimed to gain with the starting of the film.
According to the movie critics, Vangaveeti is apparently one of the better films of the director Ram Gopal Verma that has such an intense storyline. Even though the movie had a mixed reaction from the public Vangaveeti box office collection did show that it is going to have a good collection over the upcoming festive weekend. Maybe the drawback of the film was the fact that those who did not know about the real incident found the movie to be a stereotypical political revenge drama that had the Midas touch of Ram Gopal Verma, but for those who did this movie was the perfect real representation of the event that shook Vijayawada in the 1980’s.
In conclusion, we feel that the movie Vangaveeti will have a good box office collection as the days go by as the obvious fact of it being a Ram Gopal Verma movie.