Ever since Rangasthalam’s release on 30th March, fans, celebs, critics have been gushing about the Film. Sukumar’s realistic portrayal of life in a village set in the 80s, Ram Charan- Samantha Ruth Prabhu‘s dramatic makeover and performance oriented roles, DSP’s earthy mix were some of the highlights of Rangasthalam. Apart from positive reviews, the film is also declared to be a commercial success. Right from Day 1 the film has set cash register ringing. It raked in a whopping Rs 46 crore at the worldwide market on its opening. And now within four days the film has entered the Rs 100 crore club. With this film entering the prestigious 100 crore club, it becomes Samantha’s 8th film to achieve this feat! If we take into account the latest feat, Samantha becomes the actress with the most number of 100 crore films at the box office, down south. As per reports on Movified, the title earlier belonged to Anushka Shetty who had 6 100 crore films to her credit. But now we have Samantha with eight films as part of the 100 crore club. The actress is clearly ruling the roost! Also Read: Rangasthalam movie review: Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni’s film is a masala entertainer packed with powerful emotions
Samantha at the moment is busier than ever – She has multiple projects coming up – There’s Mahanati, a biopic on the life of yesteryear actress Savithri, Irumbu Thirai opposite Vishal, Super Deluxe oppsite Vijay Sethupathi, Seema Raja opposite Siva Karthikeyan. She is also shooting for the Telugu, Tmail remake of U -turn. She will also be sharing screen space with her better half in an upcoming project. Whoever said marriage end an actress’ career hasn’t seen Samantha’s schedule!
Rangasthalam boasts of several other records – It has entered the list of top 10 highest grossing Telugu films in US, It also holds the highest opening at Chennai Box office. In fact, the movie currently holds the numero uno position at the city box office.
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