Leo Box Office Collection: Early Reports Worldwide Collection

Leo Box Office Collection: The audience has reacted enthusiastically to Vijay’s action-thriller Leo. According to the production company Seven Screen Studio, the film grossed Rs 148.5 crore on its first day (Thursday). It earned roughly Rs 64.80 crore in India. However, the picture apparently saw a big drop in its collection on its second day, Friday.

According to industry tracker Sacnilk, Leo earned Rs 36 crore in India (early estimates), a loss of nearly 50% from Thursday. The Tamil occupancy of Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Film is 66.85%.

Leo Box Office Collection Worldwide Collection

Leo Box Office Collection: Manobala Vijayabalan, a film trade specialist, reported that the film’s showing outside of Tamil Nadu had been limited due to unfavorable word of mouth. “#Leo screens REDUCED from tomorrow outside Tamil Nadu,” he posted on X. Surprisingly, many more screens are being assigned to other films on Day 2 itself all throughout the world owing to weak WoM.”

While Leo is projected to maintain its top position in the southern market, the Vijay-starrer has few takers in the Hindi-speaking market. According to Ramesh Bala, a film trade specialist, the film could only generate Rs 2.75 crore in the Hindi market. With a total of Rs 20.25 crore, Rajinikanth’s 2.0 remains the highest-earning Tamil film in the Hindi-speaking area.

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Leo Box Office Collection Worldwide Day 1 and 2 Collection

Leo Box Office Collection: Following the early evaluations, Leo’s path does not appear to be simple. Anandu Suresh of Indianexpress.com liked Vijay’s performance but thought the film lacked in terms of narrative and directing. “Although the film began on a powerful note, script-wise, it takes a significant downturn in the second half,” he noted in his review. Despite the fact that Lokesh managed to transliterate A History of Violence rather than just translating it, the film lacks a feeling of originality, especially given that the narrative is over 18 years old, and the only freshness in it is the infusion of a regional spirit.”

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