The movie directed by the talented Samuthirakani and featuring an ensemble cast including mega-hero Sai Dharam Tejalongside Pawan Kalyan, was warmly welcomed by fans and audiences alike.
With an impressive opening day collection of over Rs 30 crore shares worldwide, ‘Bro’ seemed poised for a resounding success. However, the subsequent days revealed an unexpected decline in the movie’s earnings.
On its fifth day of screening, ‘Bro’ managed to accumulate a little over Rs 3 crore in gross revenue and one crore eighty lakh in share collections in the Telugu states. This brought its total collections in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh to a substantial Rs 80 crore in gross earnings and 49 crore in shares over the span of five days. Globally, the movie garnered Rs 102 crore in gross revenue and Rs 60 crore in share collections, solidifying its position within the Rs 100 crore club.
Yet, despite this accomplishment, a shadow was cast by the noticeable dip in earnings starting from the second day onwards. On Monday, the movie’s earnings plummeted to a mere two crore fifty lakhs, a stark contrast to its impressive opening. For ‘Bro’ to turn the corner and position itself for financial success, industry experts assert that another Rs 38 crore in earnings are required.
The movie’s success is also credited to the creative minds behind it. Trivikram’s contribution in crafting the screenplay and dialogues has undoubtedly added depth and impact to the narrative. Notably, Ketika Sharma and Priya Prakash Varrier deliver standout performances in key roles, further enhancing the movie’s appeal to a wider audience.