Bharat Ane Nenu box office collection: Mahesh Babu creating benchmarks in foreign markets

Bharat Ane Nenu box office collection: Mahesh Babu creating benchmarks in foreign markets
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Mahesh Babu starrer ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ is on a streak of breaking box office records. Mahesh’s massive audience in USA is helping the film to make a lot of money as it has grossed $3 million on American box office. It is the fourth Telugu film to have crossed that mark after Baahubali franchise. Babu’s fan base is extraordinary with in the foreign market helps the bank and ‘Srimanthudu’ was his biggest hit before Bharat. He has outdone himself on the box office by grossing 162 crores in total only in 2 weeks.

Babu’s growth has been tremendously noticed as an actor and his capacity to deliver heavy dialogues has increased. His ‘promise’ term from the film is on people’s mouth and will be recorded in history as a majorly quoted film. His last blockbuster was ‘Srimanthudu’ with the same director and now Siva has given him his another biggest blockbuster. Babu is here to rule the Telugu cinema and is called superstar for a reason because if his film is a hit than it does not stop from being a massive hit. He has delivered two flops in a row before that by the name of ‘Spyder’ and ‘Brahamotsavam’.

Spyder was the second biggest Telugu film after Baahubali but could not do wonders due to a flawed narrative. Babu paid the price of lazy writing from Murugadoss and eventually it really affected his career in a bad way. Bharat came like a fresh breeze and opened a lot of doors for Babu in terms of market. Since he has delivered a massive hit, now he can go and sign any film that needs to ride on his stardom. He can pull off the biggest films in this country and he is not really but perhaps someday he will show up in the cinemas with a true epic.

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Shubham Dwivedi

A professional journalist, passionate cinema fanatic. Alive and kicking upto the standards of entertainment beat and i always take the life one friday at a time.

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