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Kalki 2898 AD Day 9 Worldwide Box Office: Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan Film Hits ₹800 Crore Mark

Kalki 2898 AD Worldwide Box Office Collection Day 9: Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan Film Grosses ₹800 Crore

Mumbai, July 6, 2024 – The cinematic marvel “Kalki 2898 AD,” directed by Nag Ashwin, has been making waves both in India and globally since its release on June 27. The film, a multilingual 3D spectacle, has achieved a significant milestone by grossing ₹800 crore worldwide within just nine days of its release.

Vyjayanthi Movies, the production house behind “Kalki 2898 AD,” took to Instagram on Saturday to share this impressive achievement. They posted a striking poster featuring Prabhas, with the words “₹800 crore GBOC worldwide” emblazoned across it. The caption read, “The box office on fire 🔥. #EpicBlockbusterKalki in cinemas.”

About Kalki 2898 AD

“Kalki 2898 AD” is directed by Nag Ashwin and features a stellar cast, including Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, Deepika Padukone, Disha Patani, Saswata Chatterjee, and Shobhana. The film also includes cameos by Vijay Deverakonda, Dulquer Salmaan, and Mrunal Thakur.

The movie, reportedly made on a budget of ₹600 crore, was released in multiple languages: Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi, and English. Inspired by Hindu scriptures, the post-apocalyptic film is set in the year 2898 AD, blending elements of the Hindu epic Mahabharata with science fiction.

Amitabh Bachchan on Kalki 2898 AD

On Friday, Amitabh Bachchan expressed his gratitude to fans for the overwhelming love and appreciation the film has received. He lauded Nag Ashwin’s “audacious mind” for reimagining the Hindu epic Mahabharata for contemporary audiences. Bachchan, who plays the immortal warrior Ashwathhama in the film, shared his thoughts in a detailed blog post.

In his post, Amitabh Bachchan revealed that he watched “Kalki 2898 AD” for the third time and continues to be impressed by the director’s vision and execution. “The experience just keeps building… every time you notice and admire the pains taken by the Director in purring this massive vision in fructification, and presenting it in a manner that makes the film historic… historic not just in its commercial prospects, but historic in its values of the audacious mind of the Director in metamorphosing the legend of the Mahabharat with its manifestation after 6000 years, into the viewage of modern day humans that go to see the film TODAY in 2024,” he wrote.

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