Ram Charan starrer romantic and action entertainer Magadheera, which was released on 31st July 2009 in India, is currently running successfully in Japan. On 30th August 2018, Magadheera was released in Japan over 700+ screens. According to the traders report, in 3 days, the Japanese version of Magadheera has earned Rs 6.27 Cr. The movie is ruling at Japan Box office.
Magadheera Japan Collections
Day 1 – ¥328,000 K – Rs 2.09 cr
Day 2 – ¥263,000 K – Rs 1.67 cr
Day 3 – ¥394,000 K – Rs 2.51 cr
Total 3 days Collections ¥985,000 K
Total 3days Gross Rs 6.27cr #RamCharan @ssrajamouli @GeethaArts
SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2 has collected $1.3 million in full run. Kollywood superstar Rajinkanth starrer Muthu is the highest grosser Indian Movie in Japan, which earned $1.6M.
Indian Movies Japan Collections
1) Muthu : $1.6M
2) 3 idiots : $1.48M
3) Baahubali 2:The Conclusion: $1.3M
4) English Vinglish :$1.2M
5) Robo :$1M
6)#Magadheera : $985,000k
Magadheera is directed by Baahubali film maker SS Rajamouli and jointly produced by Allu Aravind and B. V. S. N. Prasad under the banner of Geetha Arts. Kajal Aggarwal played the love interest of Ram Charan in this film, which is based on the theme of reincarnation. Apart from the lead pair, the film has Dev Gill and Srihari in supporting roles. Megastar Chiranjeevi, Mumaith Khan, Kim Sharma, Brahmanandam, and Hema played cameo in Magadheera.
Ram Charan played the role of Kala Bhairava and Harsha in Megadheera. Kala Bhairava is the commander of the Udayghad army who dies in battle in 1609. His reincarnation, Harsha (Kajal Aggarwal), who is a dirt-bike racer in 2009, falls in love with Indu. When Harsha discovers his past life, he saves Indu from her cousin Raghuveer, who killed her father and framed Harsha as the murderer.
Meanwhile Ram Charan is currently busy in his next upcoming untitled film, which is progressing at brisk pace in the direction of Boyapati Srinu. His previous offering Rangasthalam was also blockbuster at the box office.
#Magadheera Japan Collections
Day 1 – ¥328,000 K – ₹2.09 cr
Day 2 – ¥263,000 K – ₹1.67 cr
Day 3 – ¥394,000 K – ₹2.51 cr
— chaitanya chaitu TFI – box-office (@chinnu012) September 3, 2018