Leo Day 11 Box Office: Leo’s Domestic Collection Crosses ₹ 300 Crore, Highest Notes Earned From This City
South superstar actor Vijay’s film ‘Leo’ is doing wonders at the box office. The film has got a rating of 7.9 out of 10 on IMDb and in terms of earnings, the film is performing quite well. This film, released in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu languages, did a business of Rs 64 crore 8 lakh on the opening day itself. The film’s earning on the second day was Rs 34 crore 25 lakh and on the third day, it earned Rs 38 crore 3 lakh. The film did a business of Rs 39 crore 8 lakh on the first Sunday, which is its highest collection to date on a daily basis.
Know the total box office collection of Leo
Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, this film is full of action and has crossed the Rs 300 crore mark at the Indian box office. Talking about the business this weekend, it earned Rs 7.65 crore on Friday, Rs 15 crore on Saturday, and Rs 16 crore 50 lakh on Sunday. That means the total collection of the film so far has been Rs 303 crore 40 lakh. Let us tell you that Sacnilk has released the earning figures of the film in one of its reports.
How is the footfall for the film in theatres?
After domestic business, if we talk about worldwide collection, here too Vijay’s film has made the makers happy. In terms of global collection also the film has crossed the figure of Rs 500 crore. Talking about footfall, the film is getting the best response in afternoon shows. While the occupancy in the evening shows is 60 percent, in the afternoon shows, more than 63 percent of the seats in the theaters are filled. The film is getting the worst response in the morning shows where the occupancy is 41 percent.
Which city is earning how much?
The film has made the highest earning so far from Chennai. The makers got 64 percent of the total earnings of the film from Chennai. Apart from this, the film is also getting good responses from Bengaluru, Madurai, Coimbatore, and Pondicherry. The makers have also been successful in earning good money from the Hindi version of the film. Now that the film has entered the Rs 300 crore club, it remains to be seen whether it will be able to touch the Rs 500 crore mark at the Indian box office or not.