Godfather collection plus review: Chiranjeevi’s ‘Godfather’ has been released at the box office on Wednesday on the occasion of Dussehra. ‘Godfather’ has won the first day. The film has made a gross collection of Rs 38 crore and a net collection of Rs 26.5 crore worldwide on the opening day. It is a remake of Malayalam film ‘Lucifer’ released in 2019. In such a situation, Chiranjeevi is also being compared with Mohanlal. Fans are telling ‘Godfather’ better, and are appreciating the film a lot.
Mohan Raja plays well with the characters
The film ‘Godfather’ is a remake of ‘Lucifer’, one of the most successful films of Malayalam cinema. This is the same film in which Hindi cinema actor Vivek Oberoi proved his mettle in front of a veteran actor like Mohanlal. Netflix is trying to make this film released three years ago in Hindi. The story of ‘Lucifer’ tells the story of an outsider entering the chessboards going on for a share of hereditary rights. Here too, this is the main premise of the story of the film. After the death of the Chief Minister, this time Brahma enters in the war between his family members for getting the Chief Minister’s chair. The story is the same. Its director Mohan Raja has finally changed the way it is presented, with the help of Salman Khan.
Second half is little bit slowly
In the film ‘Godfather’, its director Mohan Raja seems to have a good grip on the story and till the interval he is seen taking the film towards a superhit film but after the interval the matter gets derailed and that is because Malayalam cinema. There is a cinema of stagnation while Telugu and Hindi cinema is of speed. Mohan Raja did whatever he could to experiment in a remake, but the song just before the climax makes the film loose. Salman Khan’s entry is also similar to his Hindi films and his performance too. In a way, there is no special effect of Salman Khan not being a film.
Godfather Box Office Collection Day 1;
Worldwide gross collection – Rs 38.00 crore
Worldwide Net Collection – Rs 26.50 crore
Collection in the country – Rs 19.05 crore
Net Collection in Tamil – Rs 18.30 crore
Net Collection in Hindi – Rs 75 lakh
‘Godfather’ has made a net collection of Rs 19.05 crore in the country. Out of this, the maximum earnings have come from the Telugu version. The film has made a net collection of Rs 18.3 crore on the first day in the Telugu version. Whereas in Hindi version it’s earning is only 75 lakhs. Dussehra was a holiday across the country on Tuesday. The film has also got its benefit. The audience occupancy in the Telugu version on the opening day was 77.22%. That is, audiences were seen in about 77 seats out of 100 in theatres. Market savvy has high hopes from Chiranjeevi’s ‘Godfather’. The main reason for this is his fan following. Nayantara is also seen in a small role with him in the film.