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Vishwak Sen's Gaami going great guns in the US

Monday, March 11, 2024 • Telugu Comments
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Vishwak Sens Gaami going great guns in the US

Gaami, directed by debutant Vidyadhar Kagita, is making waves in North America and is on track to become Vishwak Sen's highest-grossing film. The film starred Chandini Chowdary, Abhinaya, Harika Pedda, Dayanand Reddy, Mohammad Samad Despite initial setbacks in securing ideal showtimes and screens in Cinemark theaters due to Hollywood releases like "Dune 2" and "Kung Fu Panda 4," Gaami has turned the tide with its positive trending. Cinemark has responded by adding daytime shows, which is expected to further boost the film's performance. Currently the film's gross stand in this order.

Premieres: $160,156
Day 1: $127,831
Day 2: $50,044 till 12pm PST

Total Gross: $338,031

By the end of Saturday, Gaami is projected to surpass the $400K mark, and by the first weekend, it is expected to cross the half-a-million mark. Based on current trends, Gaami is estimated to collect around $750K during its theatrical run, well above the breakeven mark and earning it the status of a super hit in the region.

Vishwak Sens Gaami going great guns in the US

The film opened strongly in the US, earning praise for its unique narrative and impressive visuals. Gaami had generated significant buzz among audiences before its release, and the positive day-one reviews further bolstered its performance. The film has performed well at the USA box office, and worldwide numbers are also reported to be strong.

Gaami has resonated particularly well with audiences seeking unconventional cinema, leading to its solid trend in the U.S. As of 9 PM EST, the film has grossed $246,787 and is poised to become Vishwak Sen's highest-grossing film in North America, ensuring profitability for the distributor, Shloka Entertainments.

In contrast, other releases like "Premalu," the Telugu dubbed version of a recent Malayalam blockbuster, supported by SS Rajamouli's son, and Gopichand's "Bhimaa," are struggling to make an impact at the box office on their first Friday.

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