Prince Box Office Collection Day 13 (Preliminary Trends): 15 crores to face loss | Techno Glob


Tamil star Sivakarthikeyan’s latest release Prince is not doing well at the box office. The film failed to make a profit for the distributors. It opened to negative reviews from critics and debuted at the box office. And since then it has seen a downward trend in its income.

It was a massive release in South India, it was released on 600+ screens in Tamil Nadu and 300 screens in Telugu. But it seems the negative word of mouth and Karthi’s clash with Sardar played a bad role for the film.

Sardar is leading the 50 crore nett mark, domestically and close to 100 crore gross at the worldwide box office.

Also Read: Sardar Box Office Collection: Close To 100 Crore WW

Box office collection day 13

Prince has almost run out of oil at the box office, it has become a matter of more than a few days. The first week collection of the Sivakarthikeyan starrer is Rs 24.52 crore. And it is estimated to earn 2.5-3 crore nett on the second week.

According to estimates, Prince will collect 15-20 L on the 13th day, the total domestic collection of the film is close to 27 crores.

15 crore to face a loss

According to South Trade Circle reports, the film’s business has been Rs 30 crore in Tamil Nadu and Rs 10 crore in Telugu states. Reportedly, it has so far been able to recover only half of its share in Tn.

From here it will take out a maximum of 20 crore shares in the home market, so it will still be in a loss of 10 crores. And a loss of around 5-7 crores in Telugu states. The total loss of the film will be more than 15 crores.

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Prince Box Office Collection Day wise: Day 1 (₹ 6.25 Cr), Day 2 (₹ 4.85 Cr), Day 3 (₹ 4.2 Cr), Day 4 (₹ 4.68 Cr), Day 5 (₹ 2.71 Cr), Day 6 (₹ 1.09 Cr), Day 7 (₹ 0.74 crore)
Day 8 (₹ 0.42 Cr)**, Day 9 (₹ 0.6 Cr)**, Day 10 (₹ 0.62 Cr)**, Day 11 (₹ 0.3 Cr)**, Day 12 (₹ 0.29 Cr)**, Day 13 (₹ 0.20 Cr)**

**: Preliminary estimate, final reports awaited.



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