Dasara box office collection Day 1: Nani-Keerthy Suresh film earns Rs 38 crore gross globally

On March 30, Dasara had its theatrical debut, grossing an estimated Rs 38 crore in India.

Dasara, starring Nani and Keerthy Suresh, had a successful opening at the box office, earning Rs 38 crore worldwide on its opening day, according to the producers. In the Hindi region, Dasara is competing against Ajay Devgn’s Bholaa.

On March 30, the movie had its theatrical debut, grossing an estimated Rs 38 crore in India. The film has been getting good reviews from viewers, and this is one of Nani’s biggest openings in his career. Srikanth Odela is the writer and director of the revenge drama.


This amount reflects the movie’s earnings in many languages, including Telugu and dubbed versions in Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi. Ramesh Bala, a film trade analyst, claims that “#Dasara emerges as the #1 MOVIE at the Indian Box Office with a Gross of 38 CRORES+ on Day 1.”

In a previous interview with Indian Express, Nani said,  “If I feel this is the content which – irrespective of place, language, emotion – people will connect to, I will bring it to everyone. If it is a native Telugu film then I will not bring it to North India. If those films work, then it will definitely give me a boost. I genuinely felt that the Hindi audience will love Dasara as much as the Telugu audience and that is why we are bringing it here.”

Due to the audience’s love for South Indian movies, particularly those with a local narrative and action, and Dasara’s pan-Indian status, the movie has profited significantly from the market. According to estimates, the movie starring Nani and Keerthy Suresh earned Rs 17 crore on its first day of release, totalling Rs 15-20 crores. This is an impressive performance for a film that faced off against Pathu Thala in Tamil Nadu and Ajay Devgn’s Bholaa in the North.

To meet the overwhelmingly high demand, the shows had already begun the first day at 5 am. The actor, who is renowned for his flexibility and charisma on screen, gave a performance that was both powerful and charming to the audience.