5 Terrific Records That Can Make Thalapathy Undisputed Box Office King

Thalapathy Vijay Box Office Records Update: Thalapathy Vijay is one of the most affordable stars in the history of Indian cinema. The actor enjoys a huge following in the Tamil film industry and now, with his films like Master and the coming varisu, the actor wants to go pan-India and appeal to a universal audience. Vijay has several Box Office records to his name and the fans are now looking forward to him setting a few more at the counter in the coming days. We spoke to George, an enthusiastic trader who gave us an insight into Vijay’s Box Office craze in Tamil Nadu and the records he can make. Check out the list of the Box Office records Thalapathy Vijay will be breaking in the coming days:Also Read – Thalapathy Vijay’s Beast Crosses Rs 250 Crore At Global Box Office Despite KGF 2 Wave – Check Out Detailed Aggregate Report Here

Record 1: Thalapathy Vijay Surpasses Rajinikanth’s 2.0’s Day 1 Worldwide Gross

Rajinikanth’s 2.0 holds the record for the highest day one collection at the Box Office in terms of worldwide gross. The film rounded out its first day at Rs 93.8 crore and Vijay aims to pass this number on the first day with his upcoming films. Beast, which recently hit the screens, came a bit close to breaking this existing record, but it garnered Rs 92 crore (gross) worldwide on its opening day. Vijay enjoys a strong presence in both the domestic and foreign markets and that is why the fans can really count on him to set a new record to his name. Also Read – Kili Paul from Tanzania recreates the action scene of Thalapathy Vijay from Beast, fans are impressed | Watch

Record 2: Thalapathy Vijay beats Vikram’s highest gross and share record in Tamil Nadu

Vikram currently holds the record for biggest grossing in Tamil Nadu by hitting around Rs 160 crore in 18 days. It is expected to catch up masters record highest share of Rs 83 crore in the coming days. Vijay’s films have consistently dominated both the highest grossing and highest share in his market – Tamil Nadu. As his next movie, varisu gets the backing of good word of mouth, the actor is said to regain his foothold in the Tamil film industry, which Kamal Haasan seems to be challenging with Vikram’s performance in the state. Also Read – Viral Video: PV Sindhu Sings To Thalapathy Vijay’s Arab Kuthu, Her Fans Are Delighted | Watch

Record 3. Thalapathy Vijay beats Vikram’s record of being the highest ever Tamil language grosser in the world

Vikram’s Only the Tamil version has raised more than Rs 300 crore so far. This is a record for any movie in Kollywood. Previously, Vijay had this record with: bigil grossing Rs 282 cr and remained an industry hit until Vikram dethroned it.

Vijay has all the potential to surpass this record and reclaim his throne. Of varisu being the celebratory release, the sky is the limit, provided we also have rich content to appeal to the pan-Indian audience.

Record 4: Thalapathy Vijay to beat his own record – Beast is an all time record opener in Tamil Nadu

On April 13, 2022, Beast achieved an unimaginable feat of grossing Rs 39.1 crore in Tamil Nadu to become the new highest grossing on the opening day, beating Vijay’s previous film Sarkar who held this most elite record for four years with Rs 31 cr gross. Sarkar made this record on Diwali day while Beast achieved the same by a huge margin on an ordinary working day!

5. Will Thalapathy Vijay create box office history with the first share of Rs 100 cr in Tamil Nadu?

No Tamil film has earned a distributor share of Rs 100 cr in Tamil Nadu. Can a movie ever achieve this unthinkable feat? Thalapathy Vijay’s popularity in the market and his loyal fan base can help him do the unthinkable. According to our trading source, four of the top five stocks in the states belong to Vijay’s movies. Master currently has the highest theatrical share with Rs 83 crore. Vikram will definitely beat that, but a Vijay starter could take it further to exceed the Rs 100 crore mark in the future.

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