The much-anticipated release of Adipurush has sent the advance booking status into riot mode, as eager fans rush to secure their seats for this epic saga.
With the film’s release date set for June 16, 2023, the box office is already witnessing a tsunami of ticket sales, with record-breaking numbers pouring in from national chains such as PVR and INOX.
As of Thursday, 11 am, the advance booking numbers for Adipurush at PVR and INOX have exceeded all expectations.
It’s worth noting that these figures account for both the Hindi and Telugu versions of the film. While the ticket sales data from Cinepolis is yet to be revealed, the current numbers are already staggering.
For Weekend 1, the total tickets sold at PVR and INOX stand at an impressive 4,79,811. Among these, PVR reported ticket sales of 1,26,050 on Friday, contributing significantly to the grand total. INOX, on the other hand, saw a commendable figure of 96,502 on the same day. In total, the combined ticket sales for Friday reached an outstanding 2,22,552.
However, the revenue from non-national chains and mass venues, including multiplexes and single screens, is expected to be even more massive. Adipurush has garnered immense anticipation and buzz across the country, making it a highly sought-after cinematic experience for moviegoers.
In particular, the film is set to create waves in South India, specifically in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. With a stellar cast that includes Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, Sunny Singh, and Devdatta Nage in lead roles, Adipurush has all the ingredients to captivate the audience in these regions. The larger-than-life scale of the film, coupled with its intriguing storyline and powerful performances, is poised to make it a humongous hit among the South Indian audience.
With its record-breaking advance booking numbers and the anticipation building up around the film, Adipurush is all set to have a phenomenal start at the box office. As the release date approaches, it is expected to shatter box office records and leave an indelible mark on the film industry.