Jailer box office collection Day 21: On downswing, Rajinikanth’s action-drama will struggle to cross the Rs 600 crore mark | Tamil News

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As Rajinikanth’s Jailer nears the end of its run at the box office, it looks like it’ll have a difficult time passing the Rs 600 crore mark worldwide. The film managed to collect only Rs 2.75 crore (all languages) on Wednesday. It’s a drop of Rs 45 lakh from Tuesday numbers. As per industry tracker Sacnilk, this brings the film’s 21-day collection to Rs 325.35 crore.

The film collected Rs 235.85 crore in week one, and saw an immediate decline as it collected Rs 62. 95 crore in the second week. Jailer, however, continued to see almost 21.54 and 15.02 percent occupancy in the Tamil and Telugu markets, respectively. Meanwhile, the film’s performance at the global stage has been impressive as well. Nelson Dilipkumar-directed Jailer is said to have a total worldwide collection of more than Rs 564.35 crore. Trade analysts have mixed predictions about the film crossing Rs 600 crore in its lifetime.

As per Sacnilk, Jailer has become the third-highest-grossing South Indian movie ever in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region, and is behind only KGF: Chapter 2 and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. Sacnilk reported that the film grossed $6.45 million (₹53.30 crores), while SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has a record earning of $10.47 million followed by Yash’s KGF 2 which grossed approximately $8.50 million.

Rajinikanth makes surprise visit to Bengaluru bus depot where he worked as conductor

After returning home from the Himalayas, Superstar Rajinikanth visited the bus depot in Bengaluru, where he worked as a conductor before making it as a movie actor. He took pictures with Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation bus conductors and drivers.

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rajinikanth, bmtc Rajinikanth meets Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation bus conductors and drivers (Photo: BMTC)

Before his debut as an actor in K Balachander’s Apoorva Ragangal (1975), Rajinikanth worked as a bus conductor at the depot, and did some plays in his free time. Encouraged by his friend Raj Bahadur, he went to acting school and eventually landed a role in Apoorva Ragangal, which had Kamal Haasan in the lead role.

After the brief visit to the depot, Rajinikanth also visited Raghavendra Swami Math in Bengaluru. He has been a devotee of Raghavendra and played the Hindu Saint in his 100th film Sri Raghavendra.

Rajinikanth will next team up with director TJ Gnanavel, who is known for the hit film Jai Bhim. Rajini is also rumoured to be joining director Lokesh Kanagaraj for a film, which will be part of the director’s cinematic universe, which comprises Vikram and Kaithi.

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