Box Office Collections of Mahesh Babu's 'Nenokkadine' and Ram Charan's 'Yevadu'

Published Jan 15, 2014, 6:33 pm IST
Updated Mar 19, 2019, 6:32 am IST

Though ‘Yevadu’ released a couple of days after Mahesh Babu’s ‘1 – Nenokkadine’, it seems to have caught up and is showing a lot of promise.

Though both films fall under the same genre, “Revenge Drama”, Yevadu seems to be more viewer friendly with the right mix of commercial elements.

So will ‘Yevadu’ prove to be a hindrance for Nenokkadine’s prospects?

Here’s all you need to know about the response, budget and box-office collections.


‘Nenokkadine’ opened to mixed reviews. While some called it a novel and interesting plot, others were not very impressed with its “Complex” story and Screenplay.

However there was general displeasure about the run-time which just a little less than three hours.  The film was later trimmed by 20 mins and the trimmed version is being played in theatres from Sunday.

One of the highlights of the film is Mahesh Babu’s son, Gautam Krishna, playing the younger version of Mahesh babu.

Budget: 70 Cr

Screened in: 1650 screens worldwide

(Released in a number of countries including India, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Canada, UK, Switzerland, South Africa, Malaysia, Netherlands, Ukraine, Dubai, and Singapore, It has also created a record for being the first film to be released in maximum number of screens Worldwide)

Box Office Collections: 31.5 Cr


‘Yevadu’ opened to packed houses and has received mostly positive reviews. Ram Charan’s performance and Director Vamsi Paidipalli’s handling of the script came in for much praise. Ram Charan’s dance moves were described by some as “to die for”.

One of the major highlights of the film is Allu Arjun and Kajal Agarwal’s Cameo.

The film surpassed Nenokkadine’s first day collections, making it Ram Charan’s best in his career.

Budget: around 50 Cr

Screened in: over 790 screens worldwide

(Released in a number of countries including India, USA, UK, South Africa, Canada, Australia, Gulf, Germany, Malaysia, and Singapore)

Box Office Collections: 18 Cr



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