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Top 5: Not So Happening Week At Box Office

Top 5: Not So Happening Week At Box Office

1. Bhagavanth Kesari: Featuring Balakrishna, Kajal, and Sreeleela, the film emerged as one of the better ones during the Dasara movie releases.

Despite facing some mixed reviews at first, it gained some momentum on the third day and did well during the holiday period. Since the following week didn't see any major new movies, it managed to stay in theaters. However, it's still struggling to cover its costs.

2. Tiger Nageswara Rao: To the surprise of many, the movie didn't start well, with few people turning up on the first day, despite Ravi Teja being the main star.

People haven't been saying good things about it either. Because of this, it turned out to be the least liked movie during the Dasara period.

However, due to the holiday season and no other big movies the following week, it managed to stick around at the theaters to some extent.

3. Leo: The movie featuring Vijay received good feedback in both its Telugu and Tamil versions.

Although the younger viewers liked it, it didn't appeal to the festival crowd because of its violence, lack of fun, and intense suspenseful parts. However, its viewership dropped significantly in the second week after its release.

4. Martin Luther King: This remake of the Tamil film "Mandela" couldn't pull in audiences, much to the shock and surprise.

Despite Sampoornesh Babu playing the lead and the audience being aware of the original Tamil version's content, audience didn't come to the theaters considerably.

With the subsequent reviews not being encouraging, the film failed at the box office. This message-oriented film, focusing on elections, didn't meet the expectations.

5. Killers of the Flower Moon: "Killers of the Flower Moon" is a grand crime story set in the Wild West, where genuine affection meets unthinkable treachery.

Featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Lily Gladstone, the movie attracted the interest of some city dwellers. With Martin Scorsese as the director, it drew the attention of audiences at multiplexes. However, its performance, although average, was limited to Hyderabad.

The buzz isn't strong enough to foresee the movie climbing up the charts, at least not in the following week.


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