Acharya Review, Budget & Box Office Collection Day 1,2,3,4,5,6,7::Although the first day of Ram Charan and Chiranjeevi’s “Acharya” box office collection was solid, the reviews aren’t very encouraging. Because the average ticket price for Acharya is so much more than the national average, this film’s opening day performance is disappointing. There are also expectations that Ram Charan’s film would shatter the record of ‘Rangasthalam,’ which was released only in Telugu, for the number of films he has made in his career.
The highest-grossing film in Indian cinema is now Telugu cinema, which solely releases films in that language. This year, Telugu cinema had great hopes for Ram Charan’s film ‘Acharya,’ which took 28 percent of Indian cinema’s total earnings at the end of 2013. ‘Acharya’ is expected to make Rs. 100 million in its first weekend, even though it hasn’t been released in Hindi yet. “Acharya” has made over Rs 24 crore on its first day of release in Andhra Pradesh, around Rs 8 crore in the Nizam region, and around Rs 3 crore in other areas.
Acharya Movie Review
|Actor||Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan|
|Release Date||29 April 2022|
|Article category||Tech News|
After a time, the film’s jumble of inconsistencies causes whiplash. Even though the camera objectifies Regina Cassanda in the special number “Saana Kashtam,” it criticises the guys who indulge in such vices. Although it’s still predictable, Koratala manages to give audiences some memorable moments once Siddha’s narrative begins to emerge. Aside from the song Banjara, listeners would remember a moment when Acharya and Siddha make fun of thugs when they stab them. At the end of the film, a few battle scenes serve their purpose.
Because Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan have shown in the past that they can do better, it’s a shame that Acharya doesn’t work. Despite everything, it is only these two that keep you going. Of course, Kajal Aggarwal’s character has been axed from the picture, and Pooja Hegde isn’t given a role. Unlike Sonu and Jisshu, Ajay manages to land (and carry off) a part that’s entirely out of character for him. Also, the rest of the actors did a great job. With songs like Laahe Laahe and Neelambari, Mani Sharma’s BGM fits the story well.
Acharya lacks the spirit it needs to carry off a story that relies too heavily on the notion of dharma to succeed. We all know that Koratala Siva, Chiranjeevi, and Ram Charan can do better than this.
When an Ammavaru descended to save a tribe from certain death, legend says he did not return. Dharmasthali and Padaghattam and the woodland region known as Siddhavanam surround the temple erected for her. Decades later, the locals of Padaghattam were renowned for their devotion to dharma and their expertise in Ayurveda. Those who live in Dharmasthali, on the other hand, engage in corrupt actions that are helped along by Basava (Sonu Sood). Siddhavanam is the target of an illegal miner named Rathod (Jisshu Sengupta).
Acharya (Chiranjeevi), a mysterious visitor, would soon arrive in town to put things right. The plot revolves around how he’s connected to Siddha (Ram Charan) and Neelambari (Pooja Hegde) and why he’s involved in their fate.
Acharya has an intriguing notion, but it’s a bit clichéd. As a result of the extensive advertising material, the film lacks any surprises when you see it. A mile distant from the scene, it’s clear that Acharya is part of the Naxalite movement and that he’s in Dharmasthali because of that. Acharya’s identity is kept a secret for the film’s first half to keep the audience guessing. As soon as the vigilante causes a stir, Basava is hot on his tail. Acharya only infuses some suspense into the proceedings in the second half of the picture, even if only because Ram Charan enters into the fold.
Acharya Box Office Collection Day 1,2,3,4
- 50 Crore gross worldwide opening day
- 40 Crore gross Andhra / Telangana or 29.4 Crore distributor share
|Day wise Collection||Earning In Crores|
|Day 1 Collection||AP/TS – ₹ 40.59 cr |
KA – ₹ 2.36 cr
ROI – ₹ 0.72 cr
OverSeas- ₹ 7.40 cr
Total – ₹ 51.07 cr
|Day 2 Collection||Day 2 – ₹ 12.43 cr|
|Day 3 Collection||Day 3-₹ 06.94 cr (Approx)|
|Day 4 Collection||Day 4>>1.15 Crores|
|Day 5 Collection||Day 5- 0.5 Crores|
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