Sivakarthikeyan’s film breaks records
Actor Sivakarthikeyan’s most recent discharge, Remo, has topped the movies in Tamil Nadu notwithstanding getting for the most part negative audits from faultfinders. A few commentators have emphatically reprimanded the film for purportedly being a tribute to stalking that is created by the lead on-screen character.
Be that as it may, the conclusion of the faultfinders appear to have had no real effect on the film’s business. After purportedly gathering Rs 8 crore on its opening day, the film has beaten itself in its dramatic film industry accumulation on Saturday and Sunday.
“#BlockBusterRemo after huge and record breaking accumulations, screens and shows expanding all over from today.setting new Records,” tweeted 24AM Studios, which bankrolled the lighthearted comedy.
“Happy 2 share our Distributors Report: Day-2 collection of REMO beats Day-1.Day -3 beats Day1&2..phenomenal n record breaking (sic),” it added.
Not just in Tamil Nadu, the film is also doing well overseas. The film which marked the widest opening for Siva in the US, where it released in over 70 screens, holds the second position among Indian films after Telugu movie, Premam.
“#Remo 2 days at #USA BO $123,859 overtakes #RajiniMurugan ‘s lifetime BO of $101,626 to become @Siva_Kartikeyan ‘s highest grosser in US..,” said Ramesh Bala, an industry tracker in a tweet.