The film is likely to earn double digits this Sunday.
Last Updated: 08.52 AM, May 21, 2023
The release of Vipul Amrutlal Shah's The Kerala Story sparked widespread interest, and the subsequent discussions have shown no signs of abating. The movie has made a lasting impression on audiences, and ticket sales are up for the producers. On day 16, the film earned an estimated Rs 9 crore, and its third Sunday earnings are predicted to be in the double digits. At present, the film has made Rs 186.32 crore, and by the end of the weekend, it is projected to have made around Rs 188 crore. For a movie that only costs Rs. 20 crore to make, they are astounding.
The film had an average opening weekend but has been on a roll ever since, with 16th and 17th-day totals already surpassing those of the first day. Even though Fast X has the highest weekend gross in India, this is the case.
The release of Fast X, which caters to a different audience, has not diminished the success of The Kerala Story. On its third Friday, it earned Rs. 5.75 crore nett, which was a significant increase over the third Friday earnings of The Kashmir Files.
Vipul Shah's The Kerala Story has received a lot of praise for its unique, compelling, and affecting plot, which seeks to empower suffering women and confront the sensitive issue of ISIS recruitment from Kerala. There are no signs that the film's enormous impact on viewers will diminish its continued success at the box office.
Sunshine Pictures, owned by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, is responsible for the production, development, and distribution of The Kerala Story. Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Sonia Balani, and Siddhi Idnani are the principal cast members. Sunshine Pictures Private Limited is the company behind The Kerala Story. Vipul Amrutlal Shah, who is also the film's producer, creative director, and co-writer, established it. Aashin A. Shah and Sudipto Sen served as the film's directors.