Dharma Yogi Box Office Collection: 4th Day Total Worldwide Earning Report :- This Diwali weekend lots of big releases released all over the India and movie makers are trying to get the full profit from this festive season. As you all know that this weekend various new releases running in the box office of India and Dharam Yogi are one of those big releases which was released this weekend at box office. This movie has average buzz and people are coming out for this movie in average numbers.
Critics already said that mixed reviews for the movie and word of mouth are working as a positive note for the movie. Dharma Yogi is presented by Smt. Jaganmohini and produced by Ch. Satish Kumar of Vigneshwara Entertainments. Dharam Yogi is political drama movie which is featuring Dhanush in the main leading role also released in Tamil with a different subtitle. Also, this movie stars Trisha Krishnan as the lead actress.
This weekend people have other better options to watch at the box office and people are coming to watch them in big numbers. Dharma Yogi’s story is about a nuclear plant that is coming up near a village, which sets a ball of destruction rolling across the village and the lives of all those involved.
6 days box office collection of the movie–
The movie opened up with the 35% occupancy at the very first day of release and collected good bucks for the makers. But I don’t think that this movie is going to make the good bucks for the makers because people have other options to watch. The movie collected 2.5 Crore from the very first day of release.
Also, this flick collected between 8.60 Crore from the very first weekend of release. I am sure that you all are going to love this movie because of the great political drama. The movie is going to be a good deal in upcoming days but I am not sure that the movie is going to collect that much bucks for the makers.
Dharam Yogi is Telugu movie which is not looking that much strong at the box office as expected by the makers. I am sure that the upcoming week results are going to set the momentum for the movie.