Sardar Box Office Collection Day 1: The Spy Thriller Earned Rs 3.7 Crores | Techno Glob

The Tamil action-espionage film Sardar has been receiving rave reviews from all quarters. It stars Karthi, Suriya’s brother, in the lead role. In the film, Karthi Chandrabose, aka Sardar, a former RAW officer, and Vijaya Prakash, a cop, essays the dual roles. Sardar was released theatrically on 21 October 2022, coinciding with the festival of Diwali.

Filmmakers have declared this spy thriller a blockbuster. However, despite garnering rave reviews, Sardar’s box office collection on the first day did not live up to expectations.

Sardar Day 1 Box Office Earnings

The film did not perform well at the box office on its first day., an entertainment tracking website, reported that Sardar’s first day box office collection was Rs 3.7 crore. The spy thriller reportedly had just 27.51% occupancy on the first day, with key audiences coming from Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

Sardar will be the third hit in a row for Kriti, whose two other recent releases include Puneyan Selvaan and Veeruman.

Prior to this, Karthi appeared in Mani Ratnam’s Puneyan Selvaan 1, where he played the role of Villavarayan Vandedevan. Along with Karthi, the film also featured Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Trisha and others. Earlier, Veroman, a social film, had won big at the box office.


How many Karti movies are releasing in 2022?

Sardar Karti’s third release is in 2022, before which Veeroman released in August. It has a collection of around Rs 60 crore and is one of the highest grossing Tamil films. Karthi was also seen in Ponniyin Selvan 1, Mani Ratnam’s multi-starrer epic drama.

How many Tamil movies were released this week?

Many movies were released this weekend, but the biggest controversy is between Sardar and Prince. The former is directed by PS Matheran and collected Rs 5 crore on its first day. Prince is a romantic comedy in which a teacher, played by Sivakarthikeyan, falls for a British teacher at the same school, played by Maria Ryaboshopka.

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