‘Thunivu’, which released across the cinema halls on 11th January, has thrilled its fans..
Andhra Pradesh And Telangana both released a Telugu version of the film titled ‘Tegimpu’ at the same time. Trade expert Ramesh Bala said that Thunivu has also earned over Rs. 150 crores worldwide and is doing very well at the box office.
According to cinema critic and trade expert Ramesh Bala, Thunivu performed well at the box office due to exceptionally favorable word of mouth and reviews. He added that the fast pacing is another positive as it increases the replayability of the film for both diehard fans of Ajith Kumar and the general public. He also added that while the first part of the film is for the fans, the second part is for the families while retaining the refined graphics of the first part.
The official Twitter account of Sarigama Cinemas stated that the film has reached $1 million in North America. film, directed by H Vinoth And produced by Boney Kapoor, follows a mystery mastermind and his gang as they hatch a conspiracy and pull off a bank heist to get back people’s looted money. The film, which was made on a budget of around Rs. 200 crores stars Thala Ajith, manju warriorsailing, Pavani Reddy, and John Kokken in the lead parts. While the film has an IMDb rating of 7 out of 10, it has a Rotten Tomatoes audience score of 78%. Thunivu is all set for a successful opening weekend.
questions to ask
1- What is the box office gross collection of Thunivu?
Thunivu, directed by H Vinoth, is a bank heist thriller starring Ajith and Manju Warrier. Ghibran wrote the film’s music and the film grossed Rs. 150 crores at the box office.2- What exactly is Thunivu?
Thunivu is a 2023 Indian Tamil-language heist film written and directed by H. Vinoth and produced by Boney Kapoor. It stars Ajith Kumar, Manju Warrier, Samuthirakani and Pavani Reddy in lead roles. Supporting actors are John Kokken, Mamti Chari, Ajay, Veeraand Bhagavathy Perumal.
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