Powerstar Pawan Kalyan’s latest film “Bro” experienced a major setback at the box office, with disappointing collections on its first Monday. Contrary to expectations, the film failed to match the success of “Baby,” which surprisingly garnered better collections on its 1st Monday, raking in close to Rs 4 crore worldwide.
Despite a promising start, “Bro” faced a significant drop in collections during its first Monday, with a projected share of only around Rs 3.25 crore, considerably lower than “Baby.” The film had managed to accumulate a decent share of 55.8 crores worldwide during its opening weekend, but it is now on a downward trajectory, indicating a potential failure.
With theatrical rights valued at a staggering 100 crores, “Bro” has only managed to recover a little over half of its investment. Given the underwhelming 1st Monday figures, trade circles have low expectations for the film’s future box office performance.
“BRO” features an ensemble cast, including Sai Dharam Tej, Ketika Sharma, and Priya Prakash Varrier. Trivikram penned the screenplay and dialogues, while Thaman composed the music. The project was bankrolled by Peoples Media Factory.