Superstar Rajnikanth’s films are always loved by the audience even when they aren’t up to the mark, sometimes. Similarly, as far as box-office collection is considered, Darbar is doing significant business since it released. The critics and film geeks didn’t like the second half of the film and in addition to this, they also pointed out that the second half of the film lacks a gripping setting.
In addition to this, the film has a striking resemblance to Rajinikanth’s hit film, Petta. Even before the release, the experts were predicting the film to cross ₹100 crores in the first week.
The film released across the country on the festivity season of both Pongal and Makar Sankranti. In the first 6 days of its release, the film managed to earn around ₹105.20 Crores. There is a highly likely chance that Darbar might earn ₹7.00 Crores on the seventh day.
7-day Box-office collection of Darbar
Day 1 box-office collection: ₹30.80 Crores
Day 2 box-office collection: ₹19.10 Crores
Day 3 box-office collection: ₹18.00 Crores
Day 4 box-office collection: ₹18.00 Crores
Day 5 box-office collection: ₹9.30 Crores
Day 6 box-office collection: ₹10 Crores
Day 7 box-office collection: ₹7.00 Crores
The net collection of Darbar in the first week is around ₹112.20 Crores. So far, the worldwide collection of Darbar in seven days is around ₹181.00 Crores. The overseas collection and gross collection of Darbar are around ₹51.00 Crores and ₹130.00 Crores, respectively. In Chennai, the gross collection of Darbar on 7th day is around ₹9.70 Crores.
Darbar becomes one of the successful films of early 2020
Darbar has been getting stiff competition from films such as Tanhaji, Sarileru Neekevaru, Ala Vaikuntapuramlo, Chhapaak, and several others.
A.R. Murugadoss has directed the hit film, Darbar which features Rajinikanth as the lead actor. Moreover, Nayanthara, Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty and Nivatha Thomas and several others in crucial roles.