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Chiranjeevi's Godfather Is A Hit In Bollywood; North Indian Collection Reports Out

The North Indian collection reports of the Telugu film Godfather is out.
by Fitha Fathima | October 13, 2022 20:35 IST
Chiranjeevi's Godfather Is A Hit In Bollywood; North Indian Collection Reports Out

A pan-Indian reach for Telugu cinema was created with SS Rajamouli's Baahubali franchise. Since then, many Telugu films have gained attention in the country beyond the boundaries of the language. Pushpa and RRR are among those films. Now the North Indian collection report of another Telugu film is out. The movie is The Godfather, directed by Mohan Raja, with Chiranjeevi as the lead.

 
The Godfather is the official Telugu remake of the Malayalam movie Lucifer. The Hindi version of the film, which hit theatres on October 5, also started screening on the same day. Salman Khan's cameo appearance in the film is one that Todywood has watched with interest. Salman Khan brought the character played by Prithviraj in Malayalam to Hindi. The name of this character is Masoom Bhai. But did this cameo reflect on the film's North Indian collection? The collection figures for the film so far are out.
 
According to leading trade analyst Taran Adarsh, Godfather has collected 8.03 crore from North India so far. The film grossed more than Rs 1 crore in just three days.Release day 5th and this past Saturday and Sunday. The release day collection was 1.61 crores. This is a rare collection of theatres showing the Telugu original alongside the Hindi version. Although the collection was low, the film was released in more than 600 theatres in the North India. This is Chiranjeevi's 153rd film in his career.
 
Mohan Raja's name was officially announced after the names of three directors came and went. The name "Pushpa," directed by Sukumar, was first heard as the director of the film. but this was not confirmed information. Later, the name of Sujeeth, who made Saaho, was heard as the director of Lucifer's remake. But there were reports that Chiranjeevi was not satisfied with the final draught given by Sujeeth and removed him as well. The name of VV Vinayak, who made films like Aadi, Tagore, and Bunny, was also heard later. Later, Mohan Raja himself officially announced that he was going to direct the film.


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