South’s superstar Yash is celebrating the success of his recently released film ‘KGF-2’, which is making continuous records at the box office. Now in a recent interview, Yash has revealed that earlier people used to misbehave with his father. But, now after the success of his films, the behavior of people with his father and family has changed.
Talking about the success of the film, Yash said that irrespective of other factors, it is only your fans who love you. They buy tickets, come to the theatres, see you on screen, and then leave. They do not think about religion, caste or community. Yash further said that earlier his family was surrounded by fake people who wanted to be with him only during the good times, discussing the pattern of success and failure in the film industry.
Manobala Vijaybalan shared a post on social media and said that ‘KGF-2’, made in the budget of Rs 100 crore, has so far made a gross world wide box office collection of Rs 676.80 crore in 6 days. With this, ‘KGF-2’ has become the 8th highest-grossing Indian film of all time, leaving behind the lifetime gross (Rs 650 crore) business of Prabhas’s ‘Bahubali-1’ in 6 days.
The Hindi version of ‘KGF-2’ earned 238 crores in 6 days, while Taran Adarsh shared the post and said that the Hindi version of ‘KGF-2’ has done a total business of Rs 238.70 crores in India in just 6 days. According to Taran, on the 7th day i.e. Wednesday, the film will break the record of first week earning of ‘Bahubali 2’ by doing business of more than Rs 250 crores. With this ‘KGF-2’ will also become the first film in Hindi to cross the 250 crore mark.
Taran told that the Hindi version of ‘KGF-2’ has done a business of Rs 19.14 crore in India on the 6th day. Earlier, the Hindi version of the film had earned 25.57 crores on the fifth day, 50.35 crores on the fourth day, 42.90 crores on the third day, 46.79 crores on the second day and 53.95 crores on the first day.