Yevadu 13th Day Box Office Collections – More Than 46 Crore in India

By Kalpana Mathur, Showbiz Bites Staff Writer

yevadu-working still-showbzibites-01Yevadu 13th day box office collections let you know that the business of Ram Charan starrer movie is on way to drop side. The film had started gaining momentum but 12th day, the business has started dropping significantly again. Yevadu 12th day box office collections were 1.50 crore and now on 13th day the business in Indian circuit is 1 crore. Well, no matter if the business drops significantly, what matters the most is that the movie has already gained handsome overall business in domestic market. There are expectations of further business drops in the days to come. If this keeps happening, Yevadu will witness danger then to sustain the business. Now the movie has already earned more than 46 crore and that seems enough in 13 days in India.

But as a lifetime business, this one is not handsome at all. Therefore, the film needs to keep getting business moderate if not higher one. Thus, the minor drops would be okay, but not the higher or major ones. Yevadu 13th day box office collections are nice, as 1 crore on 13th day in domestic circuit seems fine.

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The total domestic collections in 13 days now stand at the business of 46.97 crore that is simply enticing for sure. But again, as mentioned earlier that the movie needs sustainable and satisfactory business in coming days. It will have to avoid the major drops. After reading about, Yevadu 13th day box office collections, you can now return back to the website to read about Yevadu 14th day box office collections. Meanwhile, you can enjoy reading Jilla 15th day box office collections with analysis, Veeram 15th day box office collections with analysis, Jai Ho 1st day box office collections with analysis, Jai Ho Movie Review and special features on Winners of Filmfare Awards 2014 with celebs’ pictures.

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