Vikram becomes Kamal Haasan’s first film to collect Rs 200 crore worldwide

written by Rajan Nath | June 08, 2022

Vikram Movie Worldwide Box Office Collection:  South Indian movie Vikram, featuring Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, and Fahadh Faasil, is currently dominating the box office.

Helmed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, Vikram has earned over Rs 200 crore worldwide in just five days. This is a massive milestone not only for the film but also for Kamal Haasan.

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Meanwhile, Vikram movie's worldwide box office collection is expected to surpass Rs 500 crore in the next few days, considering the pace it is having right now.

Besides, the film has garnered positive responses from critics and audiences. Meanwhile, Kamal Haasan gifted Vikram's director Lokesh Kanagaraj a new Lexus car following the film's success at the box office.

Vikram movie OTT platform release date: Know where to watch Kamal Haasan-starrer action thriller Image Source: Twitter

Director Lokesh thanked Kamal Haasan for the gesture. He also shared a photo of him and Kamal posing with the new car. “Thank you so much Aandavarey @ikamalhaasan,” he tweeted.

According to information, Vikram has earned nearly Rs 200 crore (gross) worldwide within five days, according to trade expert Ramesh Bala. He said, in a tweet, “#Vikram enters the ₹200 Crs (crore) WW (worldwide) Gross Club.”

Vikram movie OTT platform release date: Know where to watch Kamal Haasan-starrer action thriller Image Source: Twitter

Earlier on Monday, Ramesh Bala had stated that Vikram had collected more than Rs 150 crore within three days. He had written, “#Vikram has turned out to be a universal hit with terrific WOM. The @ikamalhaasan action extravaganza directed by @Dir_Lokesh has grossed over ₹150Cr from worldwide box-office in opening weekend, India alone accounting for ₹100 Cr+. Biggest post pandemic hit from Kollywood (sic).”

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