The speed of earning of The Kerala Story is increasing. The film earned Rs 11.14 crore on its fifth day of release. In this way the total collection of the film has gone up to Rs 56.86 crore. The film has crossed the 50 crore mark in just five days. Made in a budget of around 30 crores, the film had already recovered its cost. Now the film has gone beyond profits.
It seems that there is no visible effect of the ban on the film. On the other hand, the film has been made tax free in UP and MP. There has been a lot of increase in the earnings of its film. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the latest collection of the film and said that the film has completed half century in just 5 days. On Tuesday, the film has collected more than Monday.
The special thing is that the film has been released in 1300 screens across the country. Despite this, the film’s figures are better than many big films. Even Salman Khan’s film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan collected only Rs 6.12 crores on the fifth day of its release.
Released on around 5000 screens, Kisi Ki Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan had slowed down on the fifth day. On the other hand, The Kerala Story has left behind Salman’s film by earning almost double. This can be considered a huge achievement for this low budget film.
Censor Board member Veena Tripathi has objected to the ban on the film. In an interview to the media, Vani said that the state government cannot decide whether a film should be banned or not. Banning films is against democratic values. Whether the films will be released or not comes under the jurisdiction of the Censor Board only.