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Evaru Box Office Collection Crossed The Break Even

It’s been a week since Advi Sesh’s ‘Evaru’ movie released in theaters. The movie has got a positive talk since it’s release day. However, A movie getting a positive talk and beating box office is a different thing. Evaru box office collections have done this successfully. Completed a week-long run yesterday, the film earned a share of Rs 9 crore. The film was sold in Telugu states for Rs 9 crore 50 lakhs. The movie has now reached almost its break-even.

Now form here on everything will be the profit for this movie. From a single Nizam area, the film has got a share of Rs 2 crore 90 lakhs in a week. 2 crores 85 lakhs from Andhra area and Rs 90 lakhs share from seeded.

The film has also done wonderfully in foreign countries. Evaru box office collections are 3 Lakh 70 Thousand from the foreign theaters. So, Overall the movie is getting some good money to their distributors and producers.  This will be the hattrick hit for Advi Sesh.

This movie is a remake of the Spanish movie “The Invisible Guest”.  The film is directed by Venkat Ram Ji and Regina Cassandra did the heroine role.

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